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Injured Indian School Wadi Kabir student operated upon
April 28, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Vehicles stationed on the road after the accident at Sheraton signal on Sunday. Photo – Times of Oman
 
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Muscat: One of the students of Indian School Wadi Kabir (ISWK), who was injured in the bus accident on Sunday, has undergone surgery for a fracture in the leg, hospital sources said.

Four students of the ISWK were injured when their school bus reportedly hit two cars at the Sheraton signal at around 3pm.

The injured students were identified as Pooja, Samreen, Saud and Hussain. All the four were rushed to the Khoula Hospital by the Public Authority for Civil Defence and Ambulances (PACDA).

While Samreen and Saud were discharged on Sunday evening itself, Pooja and Hussain are still in the hospital.

"Pooja is okay, but Hussain was operated on Sunday night for his fracture," the hospital sources said.

While the drivers of cars involved in the accident alleged that the bus jumped the signal, the woman in-charge of the bus refuted their claims. However, she could not recall the sequence leading to the accident.

The school bus was on its way from Wadi Kabir to Muttrah.


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