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Sunday, February 17, 2013 8:12:16 AM (IST)  

Mangalore: Drunken driving by young doctors - two killed

Mangalore: New twist to Yeyyadi accident - police say young doctors were not drunk

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore (DV)

Update: February 18

Mangalore, Feb 18: In a twist to the accident case at Yeyyadi that took the lives of two youths, the police now claim that the young doctors whose car caused the accident were not under the influence of alcohol.

The accident occured at 12.30 am on Sunday February 17. Two young doctors, a boy and a girl who were allegedly in a drunken stupor, rammed their car into Yogish and Jayaprakash at Yeyyadi, killing them both.

However, Kavoor police now claim that the youngsters were not drunk, and that it was in fact the deceased persons who were on the wrong side of the road.

A police personnel told Daijiworld that the boy, who has been identified as Shivanand Shetty of Udupi, was on his way to drop the girl at Konchadi, and was on the right side of the road.

The identity of the girl has not been revealed.

Though initial reports stated that the two had escaped from the spot, it was later learnt that Shivanand was admitted to a hospital in the city.

Shivanand Shetty has been released on bail.

 

Earlier News

Mangalore: Drunken driving by young doctors - two killed

Pics: Dayanand Kukkaje
Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore

Updated

Mangalore, Feb 17: In a shocking incident, two persons were killed in the early hours of Sunday February 17 after their two-wheeler was hit by a car driven by young doctors, who were allegedly drunk.

The accident occured near Yeyyadi petrol bunk at around 12.30 am.

The deceased have been identified as Yogish (27) and Jayaprakash (23), both electricians by profession.

Yogish was the son of Chandrahas and Sunitha of Moodushedde, while Jayaprakash was the son of Somappa Nayak and Neelamma of Veerakamba, Kalladka.

It is said that the two young doctors, a girl and a boy whose identities are yet to be established, were driving in a drunken stupor. The Chevrolet car (MH 04 DW 1237), which was at a high speed, went out of control and rammed into several spots along the road before dashing into the two-wheeler ridden by Yogish and Jayaprakash near Yeyyadi petrol bunk.

The impact of the accident was such that both Yogish and Jayaprakash were flung far off. The vehicles skid for a few metres before coming to a stop. The car also dashed into the compound wall of a school nearby.

Sadly, as it was late night, Yogish and Jayaprakash lay bleeding heavily on the road till help came at around 2.30 am, which resulted in their death.

They had returned after some work at Suratkal. Jayaprakash stopped the bike near the petrol bunk to drop Yogish, when the accident occured.

It was later learnt that the youth who was driving the car was admitted to a hospital in the city, while the girl escaped with minor injuries.

Kavoor police have registered a case and seized the car.


Comments on this article
ADSouza, Mangalore
Sunday, February 17, 2013

How long does it take to identify the people using the latest mobile tracking technology (used in the Adiga case)? Was the reporter very sure these were doctors? How did the culprits run away from that place at that time, without any assistance? Hope the police can close this one soon by giving justice to the two young men. God give strength to the parents/family of the men.

M S Sheik, Mangalore/Dubai
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Sad loss of innocents lives.

It's shameful that the culprits turned out to be doctors.

Anand Monis, Bantakal
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Very sad...Why they are not disclosing the names of the doctors, because they are rich & influential.
Make them pay heavy compensation, so that family is not affected any way.

JK, Udupi/Dubai
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Once upon a time people prefer to buy car/scooter driven by doctors..but now...?

Jaimini P.B., Manipal,Sharjah
Sunday, February 17, 2013

What is so called YOUNG DOCOTRS' name ? Tomorrow,they may treat patients under alcohol influence and administer whisky instead glucose.Hope case will be handed very seriously..

John Ashok Veiges, Bajpe, Korkambla
Sunday, February 17, 2013

May their souls rest in peace, very scared to drive in mangalore, May be they had a party at a nearby hotel late night coz my friends use to go there always

sumi, kundapur
Sunday, February 17, 2013

as i said earlier also, alcohol is mother of all evil....

Roshan, Moras
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Jossey Saldanha Drinking is our culture & Driving is western culture so it is a combination of both indian & western & I believe BD may not protest.

Jossey Saldanha, Mangalore/Mumbai/Mapusa
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Is drinking and driving our culture............

RIYAZ, Mangalore
Sunday, February 17, 2013

How ironic that innocents were killed by the so-called "Doctors" who are otherwise supposed to be saving lives!!
thousands of lives have already been lost due to liquor consumption,how many more have to be lost before the govt. decides to ban liquor?
the govt. is not interested in banning tobacco,liquor and gutka. A statuatory warning is printed on these saying that they are injurious to health!
Instead PLASTICS are banned beacuse they INDIRECTLY affect human lives,and helemts have been made compulsory!!
Why ban plastics? just print it out that they are injurious to man and his environment! let the people choose for themselves just the way they are made to choose for themselves about liquor and tobacco!
What DIRECTLY kills people hasn't yet been banned!If the govt. is seroius in its concerns over the lives of people, then immediate measures have to be taken to prove it!!

Naura, Mangalore
Sunday, February 17, 2013

This has become such a common news that we tend to turn a blind eye towards it.
Drunken driving!
Drunken driving is banned,but who cares for rules? If rules as important as these cannot be followed, the last thing to do is to ban liquor itself! Not that people won't start smuggling liquor after that,but a lot of innocent lives atleast can be saved!If people don't value their own lives,by drinking themselves to death,they will atleast be able to extend the courtesy of allowing other people to live!
It's high time the government did something about drunkards and their habits.

George , Mangalore
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Sad indeed!
The doctors who are to be the Life Protectors, have turned upto be Death Invitees.
All those who drive under the influence of Alcohol to be strictly punished.
Having said that even those who are deeased are to be checked to see if they too were under the influence of alcohol.

Valerian Dsouza, Udupi/Mumbai
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Very sad incidents!
People who should be role models to others are themselves so irresponsible!
From who the common man will derive inspiration now ?
Politicians? Religious heads? Bureaucrats? Educationist ?

If trend setters behave so irresponsibly, how will the society be transformed?
Sadly, we have changed our time from bad to WORST before handing over to next generation!

stephen menezes, kiram.vamanjoor.dubai
Sunday, February 17, 2013

sad news....

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