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Police investigation revealed that the van driver was at fault and stringent action was being initiated to cancel the licence as per the Motor Vehicles Act, said Commissioner of Police P. Balasubramanian here on Wednesday.
The school van and a private bus collided head on along the four-lane national highway near Chittampatti on Tuesday, in which 12 students and five teachers were travelling. The van driver allegedly came on the wrong side of the NH which caused the accident. All the passengers, who were injured, were admitted to Meenakshi Mission Hospital and Research Centre.
Othakadai police registered a case against the driver and were in the process of cancelling the licence, the Commissioner said.
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