Mangaluru: Bus-scooter accident at Adyar – Rider dies on spot


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru 

Mangaluru, Dec 8: As a result of an accident between KSRTC bus and Activa scooter at Adyar near here on Sunday, December 8, the rider of the scooter died on the spot. 

Hameed (50) from Addur is the person deceased. He was returning from a wedding ceremony at Arkula. 

As per details available, the KSRTC bus, which was on the way to Mangaluru from BC road, hit the scooter from behind which resulted in the death of the rider.





Mangaluru South traffic police have registered the case.

  

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  • Veeru Harish, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    Avoid 2 wheelers in Highways.Adyar is nothing but Highway.i have noticed very Rash rising by 2 wheelers ,not using side mirrors at all,don’t display any signal when turn right or left.dont cross speed limit of 60 and always use left lane and frequently use side mirrors.Rest in Peace brother.Unbearable incident

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  • Mangalorean, Udupi

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    Its always better not to drive 2 wheelers on th centre of the road for our own safety. RIP..

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  • Anand R, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    None of the two-wheelers drives in their designated lane. 99% of the fools drive near centre median that is risky for their life and other passenger vehicles

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  • SN, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    You believe it or not these days riding two wheeler is like 50/50 chance of returning back home with life! Its is time to Ban two wheeler to save lives as 2 to 5 people die in our districts daily

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    Two Wheeler's should have their own dedicated Roads ...

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  • Anand R, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    Ha Ha.. Dedicated lanes are there already.

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  • Arman, Dubai

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    With full of patholes..

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  • Ramila, Udupi

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    60% of the vehicles does not have mirrors. Remaining have mirror don’t have the habit of looking in the mirror and giving way to other vehicles. Vehicles entering from side roads don't have patience or not taught to wait till the road clears. They straight way enter the main road. Left right signal only few give. No one is safe in these roads.

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  • Mohan, Kudla

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    See bottom line is, every citizen aware about traffic rules nd follow the rules.
    Observation,, signals, right of way, etc. Has to be followed. Drive safely.

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  • Joe Gonsalves, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    It is sad to find that any number of people die accidental deaths on the roads. We do not have a right to judge as to who is the wrong. However it is expedient to control the pattern of scooter, rickshaw and bus drivers driving their vehicles. Overtaking from the left at high speeds by these drivers are regular features.

    Perhaps The Government should conduct regular classes at different locations and also announce in media about the dangers involved in reckless driving

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  • G R PRABHUJI, MANGALORE

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    Sir, Joe Shahebji ,
    Like medical, engineering, and in other professional courses, Government must include driving courses and after attaining certificate, then only RTO must issue license after the test. Otherwise very difficult to control this type of regular accidents.

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  • G R PRABHUJI, MANGALORE

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    80% who are driving the vehicles don't know the signals. If you apply for driving licenses, people will get easily. Traffic department police must stop atleast 10 vehicles drivers and ask the signals. If they fail to answer, then cancel the license for 10 years. Then only we can control the accident.

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  • James, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    I appeal to Karnataka Government, Always Heavy vehicle's shall be driven in last lane and Light vehicle to Next to divider. I have seen two wheelers driving in reckless manner specially in Highway, Two wheelers and auto must take care specially when they drive in Highway.

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  • Edward R. Monteiro, Kulshekar, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    Mr James, Mangalore: For your information, road at the center and next to the Divider is the fast lane for going at speed and extreem left is for slow vehicle. This is the Highway and not Village Road of Mangalore. Express buses can not go and do not expect them to go like bullock carts on the slow lane. Have a nice day. Jai Hind.

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  • who cares, mangalore

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    Lane discipline driving Is not possible in countries like India where people who do not have basic manners and most importantly any civic senses and responsibilities also basic training on traffic rules are also not provided during applying for a driving licenses, it can be made possible if there is a system in place but who wants a system this is a big question
    Dedicated lanes as you mentioned needs to be monitored and governed properly also public behavior and their traffic management skills along with respect to traffic laws comes into force, so let has all Indians not waste in discussing these issues, Indians have many rubbish issues to discuss then giving importance to health, education, safety and quality of life.

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  • Paul, mangalore

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    Because of private buses .these Govt buses have also.satrted reckless driving
    Most drivers in these Govt buses are North kanadigas...they drive reckles & they don't care.
    Terminate ,& cancel his licince.
    RIP deceased Bro.

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  • Edward R. Monteiro, Kulshekar, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    Do not blame North Karnataka drivers if the people do not know how to follow the road rules. A man at the wheels always think of safety. Do not comment like this and bus drivers have their family too. They are also human being like us . I have traveled more than 100 times on Mangalore- Bangalroe(360 Kms) highway road and more than 400 times between Mangalore and Mysore(261 KMS) by bus in a span of 25 years. I feel pity for these drivers.Jai Hind.

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  • Indian, India

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    These busses are killers on road... immediate terminate from his job

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  • Lame, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    Speed limiters should be installed in each and ever bus.,these kind of drivers will change lanes as if they are only one using the road.

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  • Sainik, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    2 wheel riders occupying the right lane and riding at 40kmph is foolishness.
    2 wheelers should always be on the left side.
    Now he is not alive to ask "is this your dad's road"

    RIP the departed soul.

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  • Haneef, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 8 2019

    Two wheelers , rickshaws and slow drivers should drive left side of the highways . Although 2 wheelers and rickshaws don’t have toll too. Police should file suicide case against such riders and drivers as well as those those who drive on wrong side. Blaming speed is foolishness and highways constructed for speed not for joy ride.

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