Ambulances collide, woman escapes

Published: 02nd June 2012 12:30 PM  |   Last Updated: 02nd June 2012 12:30 PM   |  A+A-

Two ambulances collided on the GNT Road in Madhavaram on Friday afternoon. However, none was injured, though the vehicles were partly damaged.  Police said the EMRI ambulance driven by Rukamangadan was taking a pregnant woman to the hospital.

The other ambulance driven by Venugopal was taking 75-year-old Chockalingam of Mannurpet, back home from the Stanley Hospital after doctors told his family that there was no hope of his survival. Police said the man breathed his last as soon as the ambulance left the hospital.  Traffic police said they had registered a case. “One of the ambulance drivers was on the wrong side. The relatives of the old man did not lodge any complaint,” a police official said.

Two Killed in Accidents

Marimuthu (26) of St Mary’s Road, Gummidipoondi, was killed on the spot after his two-wheeler was hit by a lorry on Vichur Main Road near Moolakadai in the early hours of Friday. Marimuthu died on the spot. In another accident on the same road, Johny (17) of Rice Mill Road was killed on the spot when a lorry hit the two-wheeler.

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