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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Three persons were injured when the auto they were travelling in rammed a bus at East Fort on Tuesday. According to the city traffic police, those injured were identified as Rangan, 53, of Thaliyal, near Karamana, Selvi, 40 and Komalam, 36. The vehicle was driven by Rangan. The incident took place when the bus had stopped at the bus bay for passengers to embark. The driver of the auto lost control of the vehicle and rammed into the bus. Rangan suffered serious injuries owing to the impact of the mishap and was admitted to the Thiruvananthapuram Government Medical College Hospital. The two passengers were admitted to the General Hospital and were out of danger, the police said.

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