Puttur: Car mows down five-year-old boy while crossing road

Daijiworld Media Network – Puttur (MS)

Puttur, Sep 24: An UKG student of Karnataka Public School was killed as he was hit by a car while the kid was crossing the road at Keyyur on Saturday, September 23.

Mohammed Adil (5), son of Harris Darimi and a resident of Keyyur and also a UKG student of Karnataka Public School is the deceased.

Adil was crossing the road in the evening near his school when the mishap occurred.

Adil who was grievously injured was taken to Puttur hospital first and then shifted to Mangaluru for further treatment. But he succumbed to his injuries a little while later.




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  • Haneef, Mangalore

    Mon, Sep 25 2023

    First of all parents or guardians should accompany the kid while road crossing if not don’t cry like baby. More over Indian drivers lacks driving skills and no one stops for public crossing. Most of the time I stop my car school children old aged and family to cross . Once one bike banged my car while I was allowing people to cross the road.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai -Mangalore

    Mon, Sep 25 2023

    RIP! Fate of the common man in a third world location....worse than animals 😭

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