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* Sri Lankans injured in a bus accident in India
Thu, Mar 13, 2014, 11:07 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Mar 13, Greater Noida: An accident on the Yamuna expressway in Uttar Pradesh state of India has left at least 10 Sri Lankans injured, four of them seriously and others with minor injuries.

The group of Sri Lankan tourists was on their way to Agra when their tour bus rammed into a truck ahead of it, Times of India reported.

According to police, the accident occurred 8km from the expressway's zero point in Greater Noida yesterday. The driver of the truck fled after the accident.

Rescue teams from the expressway have rushed the injured to Kailash Hospital in Greater Noida.

One of the injured, a 63-year old woman, has been admitted in the intensive care unit for severe head injuries, a doctor at Kailash Hospital said.

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