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23 Mar 2018, Edition - 983, Friday


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Passengers injured as a youth hurls stone at government bus

Covai Post Network

Police are on the lookout for a youth, who hurled a stone on the rear window of a government bus, resulting in injuries to two passengers in Sundarapuram in the city today.

The youth, standing on the roadside suddenly hurled a big stone on the rear window screen, breaking the glass and leading to minor injuries to two passengers sitting on the back seat, police said.

The youth fled the scene on a waiting motor cycle, they said.

Police from Podanur Station rushed to the spot and investigations are on.