Puttur: One dead, four of family injured in accident, cop stops to rescue


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Puttur, Jan 24: A young man died on the spot and four others sustained serious injuries in a ghastly accident between a Ritz car and a Mahindra Bolero on Uppinangady-Subramanya state highway here on Sunday January 24.

The deceased has been identified as Naveen Martis, a resident of Hosmath.

The Ritz car was plying from Uppinangady towards Hosmath in Subramanya when it collided head-on with the Bolero on a curve at Padavu near Balya.


Naveen Martis

At the time of the accident, Kadaba police inspector Umesh Uppalike was passing by the same route and came upon the accident spot. He rushed the injured passengers to a nearby hospital. While three persons were shifted by 108 ambulance, one was taken to hospital in the inspector's vehicle.

Naveen's parents Nicholas Martis, mother Cecilia Lasrado, sister Sushma Lasrado and Naveen's wife who were in the car sustained serious injuries. They have been admitted to hospital.

Kadaba police have registered a case.

 

  

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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, Jan 26 2021

    what a luck a police came on their way to give immediate help.So sad one died.may his soul rest in peace.People have to be more careful and drive slowly specially at curves.Thats the deadly place more accidents happen.Wish the rest fast recovery.Heartfelt sympathy to the family.

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  • Bharath jain, Mangalore

    Mon, Jan 25 2021

    There are Sunday drivers who are not well versed in driving and also the latest cars gain speed in no time and we have to careful with these mean machines....

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  • Gurka, Mangaluru

    Mon, Jan 25 2021

    People should not be hurried to reach the destination which will not run away from life but you should focus on what you are doing ! Car is lifeless machine which controlled by the human being ! people never learnt the lesson from the life. The roads are constructed in a unscientific manner curves and turns and the no notice of Speed to be in that particular road to follow !

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  • T.Lobo, Bejai

    Mon, Jan 25 2021

    We need the max speed to be reduced to 40km both day n night.

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