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An undeclared race of rash driving is to be blamed for Thursday accident at Paltanbazar where five people sustained serious injury.
Eyewitness told Assam Times that the city bus which was coming from Panbazar side was trying to overtake two other buses along with many two and three wheelers on the AT Road.
“Had the bus tried to control its speed the incident would have taken place where more than 10 people sustained injury,” said one of the eyewitness.   
A college student is battling for life at the GMCH after he sustained injury in the accident.
“The speeding bus rammed into the two wheeler on which the student was sitting,” said another eyewitness.    
The driver and his assistance managed to escape from the spot.

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