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Ambulance loses control to save passerby; 2 killed

Published : Friday, 22 January, 2021 at 6:19 PM  Count : 177
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Ambulance loses control to save passerby; 2 killed

Ambulance loses control to save passerby; 2 killed

Two persons were killed and three others injured when an ambulance overturned in Shibchar of Madaripur on Friday.

The deceased are Khadiza Begum,55, wife of Anwar Hossain Talukder of Baburkhana village, and Mehedi Hassan,17, son of Jalal Mia, of Purba Damura village, in Uzirpur upazila.

Highway police and witnesses said a Dhaka-bound ambulance, carrying a patient, turned turned turtle when the driver tried to save a pedestrian in Simana area on the Dhaka-Khulna highway around 1pm, leaving two dead on the spot.

Highway police members rescued the injured and sent them to Faridpur Medical College Hospital.


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