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    Glass laden container turned turtle near Vuda circle at Karelibaug

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    A glass laden container turned turtle near L&T circle at Karelibaug area of Vadodara city early morning on Sunday. No casualties reported in the accident as the driver of the tanker might lost control of steering while turning through the traffic circle.

    As per available details the glass laden container truck turned turtle after the driver turning through the busy L&T circle near Vuda office. No injuries are reported in the accident but the glass loaded inside are damaged due to the impact.

    Local resident a social worker Atul Gamechi reached the spot and raised his queries about the size of the circle which make it difficult for the big trailers to turn smoothly from there.

    He said due to the size of the circle it’s difficult for the big containers to turn smoothly and leads to such accidents. He requested to decrease the size of the circle to help such heavy vehicles to turn easily and avoid traffic jams at the junction.

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