Kaup: Pedestrian killed in mishap after being hit by bike in Koppalangady

Daijiworld Media Network – Kaup (SS)

Kaup, Sep 28: A pedestrian was killed on Monday night after being hit by a bike on the NH 66 in Koppalangady.

The deceased is identified as Kishore Shetty (47), a resident of Koppalangady and the bike rider is identified as Shreyas (25), a resident of Tenka Yermalu who has been injured and admitted to a hospital.

The bike rider was Yermalu bound from Udupi when the accident occurred. The deceased Kishore Shetty was standing on the roadside as the bike hit him and threw him to the footpath, injuring him severely in the process. Shetty died on the way to hospital.

Kishore Shetty is survived by mother, wife and two children. Kaup police visited the accident spot and registered a case. Investigations are on.

Kaup MLA Lalaji R Mendon paid a visit to Kishore Shetty's family at their home and former minister Vinay Kumar Sorake among other leaders also visited the bereaved family and offered condolences.





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  • Dylan, Mangalore

    Wed, Sep 28 2022

    Very sad, may his soul rest in peace. Even standing on the road is dangerous, for no fault of his pedestrian is dead.

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