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Individual killed in an accident in Colpetty

An individual, who sustained injuries after his motorbike collided with a three wheeler along Marine Drive in Colpetty, has died after being admitted to the Colombo National Hospital, the Police Media Unit told Ceylon Today Online.

Ceylontoday, 2013-05-12 13:11:00

Individual killed in an accident in Colpetty

An individual, who sustained injuries after his motorbike collided with a three wheeler along Marine Drive in Colpetty, has died after being admitted to the Colombo National Hospital, the Police Media Unit told Ceylon Today Online.

The deceased has been identified as a 27 year old.

The driver of the three -wheeler has been arrested in connection with the incident.

The Colpetty Police are carrying out investigations into the incident. (Ceylon Today Online)

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