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         Posted on :13:00:31 Jan 13, 2018
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KOVALAM: A youth traveller died after a KSRTC bus rammed the auto-rickshaw in which he was travelling.
The dead has been identified as Robinson “(29) Vizhinjam-Kottapuram Jeevath Bhavan John Robert-Kurishamma couple’s son Robinson (29).  

Auto driver Kottappuram Matom native Biju has been admitted to Medical College hospital with injuries.
The accident happened when the bus was about to enter the bus depot at around 11:30 in the night. The bus collided with the auto-rickshaw that was coming in the opposite direction.

It was an ordinary bus towards Vizhninjam via Pallichal Venganoor that started from Thiruvananthapuram Central.  
The victim was an employee of a Cable TV institution and he was on his way to collect cable.

Though Robinson was rushed to Medical College by locals and passengers, his life could not be saved. Biju is under treatment for his injuries.

Robinson is survived by wife Samina and daughter Rayan. A case has been registered.

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