Mangaluru: Man knocked down by vehicle at Pavanje, dies


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru

Mangaluru, Dec 6: A man was knocked down by a vehicle near Pavanje Temple Suratkal on Friday, December 6.

The identity of the person deceased is not known yet. The incident came to light at around 9 pm.

It is said that there is no sufficient lights on the highway in this area.

The vehicle involved in the hit and run incident is yet to be traced.

More details are awaited.

  

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  • ROYSTON DSOUZA, SURATHKAL

    Sat, Dec 7 2019

    I SAW THE BODY CRUSHED AS I HA GONE FOR CYCLING I TOOK U TURN AND SHOCKED TO SEE IN FRONT OF MY EYES A CAR PASSED OVER THE BODY ,THE PLACE HAS NOT LIGHTS AND IT S HARD TO JUDGE WAS IT HUMAN OR DOG

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  • Valson Mendonsa, Mangalore/USA

    Sat, Dec 7 2019

    In region of SK.. Every single day many accidents reported/probably many un-reported. ..and person who went out to win his Bread& Butter.. no more.. What dignified people are doing to stop this.?... BIG question Mark...????
    Driving is NOT a Tuff job.. I drove all my life..Yes.. probably little better roads .. but high speed ....
    Here DRIVERS need to be trained...This is a time to apply Break for Accidents..
    At the end.. you are saving someone's Life..

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  • Neha, Mangalore

    Fri, Dec 6 2019

    Now a days accidents become more and more in india because in one house 1 car and one bike so in india 121 crore people use it there is no space for living because of over populatiob

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