Video : Update : 21 sailors injured following an accident.

Thursday, 28 November 2013 - 18:42

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Twenty-one navy personnel were wounded as a result of a navy bus proceeding from Colombo bound for Diyatalawa skidding close to the Diyatalawa railway station last afternoon.

The Police media spokesman’s office said that they were admitted to the Diyatalawa hospital.

The Diyatalawa hospital director told our news team that three of them were transferred to the Badulla General Hospital as their condition was serious.

Out of the three navy personnel thus admitted to the Badulla general hospital one is female and two are males.

The navy personnel who thus met with the accident were those who had gone on an annual excursion.

The railway control room said that because of the accident the train scheduled to proceed from Badulla at 6 p.m. yesterday bound for Colombo departed from Badulla with a three hour-delay



Update :  Friday, 29 November 2013 - 8: 59
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21 sailors injured following an accident

Thursday, 28 November 2013 - 18:42

21 sailors injured when navy bus met with an accident near Diyathalawa railway station. 2 critically injured sailors were transferred to badulla hospital.


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