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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a casual bike-race held along Kawdiar-Ambalamukku road, five bikers including three women got injured as their bikes collided with foot travellers. Though the injured were rushed to hospital, one of them were in serious condition.

The incident happened at around 1:30 pm on Thursday. The accident was caused by one of the two bikes that were taking part in the local race.

The bike that vroomed to the Narmada junction rammed three women who were crossing the road. The women, who were thrown off the road in the collision, and the youth who was riding the bike got injured. Police have filed a case against the bikers for reckless and risky ride.

This sort of bike race is a common thing in this area. This also scares away street dogs, which sometimes react in self-defence by barking and running after other similar bikes.

Though CCTV cameras are installed in these areas, the number plates are written in an irregular pattern that is not visible in footages captured in the cameras.

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