Karnataka

Kasargod: 19-Year-Old Girl Dies While Crossing Railway Tracks

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Daijiworld Media Network – Kasargod (VM)

Kasargod, Jul 11: In a shocking incident, a 19-year-old college student died after being hit by a train near Neeleshwar on Tuesday July 10 morning.

The deceased has been identified as, Ashwini (19), a BSC student in Govind Pai Government College, Manjeshwar.

Ashwini is daughter of auto driver Ashok and Shalini, residents of Nileshwar, Mulapalli.

The incident took place while Ashwini was on her way to college. Sources said that the trains arrived simultaneously on both tracks and resulted in tragic death.

A case is registered at Neeleshwar police station.

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  • Evans Christopher Sumitra, Udupi/New York, USA

    Wed, Jul 11 2012

    Dear Ashwini may your soul rest in eternal peace and give all the comfort to your parents Ashok and Shalini and your family members and friends who will miss you. The news is shocking but God wanted it that way.

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  • NORBERT, MANGALORE/DUBAI

    Wed, Jul 11 2012

    May her soul rest in peace.

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