Sullia: Siblings lose lives in scooter-car collision at Elimale


Daijiworld Media Network – Sullia (MS)

Sullia, Oct 5: In a tragic accident that occurred at Elimale in the taluk on Subramanya-Jalsoor state highway, a brother-sister duo lost their lives as the scooter on which they were travelling, was hit by a car.

The accident occurred on Tuesday October 4. Nishant, son of Devidas, resident of Kadapala Bajinadka, was riding the scooter with his younger sister Moksha riding pillion. As they approached midway at Elimale and Jabale, their scooter was hit by a speeding Maruti car. Both Nishant and Moksha were seriously injured in the accident and were taken to Sullia government hospital immediately by locals.


Nishant

Nishant succumbed on the way, while his sister Moksha breathed her last as she was being taken to Mangaluru for higher treatment.

Nishant was a student at Sullia junior college, while Moksha was a fifth grade student of Devachalla government model higher primary school.

 

 

 

  

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  • Fernandes, Udupi

    Thu, Oct 06 2022

    Very sad for the parents. Most of the scooter riders learn without proper training. No one checks their mirrors if vehicle is coming from behind. Joining from side roads they enter the main road without stopping, this is the case even with rickshaw drivers. Road awareness is very important.

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  • Agnes, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 05 2022

    Craze for two wheelers do many lo Iives lost.

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  • gm, mlur

    Wed, Oct 05 2022

    A great loss to the parents. May god grant them the courage to bear this loss and grant the eternal rest to the bereaved souls.

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  • Achhu, Mlore

    Wed, Oct 05 2022

    Very Painful,

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  • Sheikh Najeeb, Udupi / Dubai

    Wed, Oct 05 2022

    So sad...condolence to their family...be patience and drive don't be on hurry...

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  • Abdulla, Mangalore / Dubai

    Wed, Oct 05 2022

    No words can express my feelings on this dreadful incident. Very sad and upset to hear this sad news. It is very unfortunate indeed, losing such young innocent souls. We can only pray to the Almighty God to give the parents the strength to bear this terrible loss.

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  • Fayaz Ahmed, Mangalore/Dubai

    Wed, Oct 05 2022

    Really very very sad as the parents lost there 2 children's There should be very harsh punishment for the wrong doers And also the young generation should be very very carefull on roads

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  • Chandu, Karla

    Wed, Oct 05 2022

    Very sad and tragic news..... can't even imagine what goes on with the parents....but at the end whom you blame. We are a over populated country and do not value lives. Laws and rules are just thrown into the air. Government and the law enforcement agencies do not care for road accidents and deaths.

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  • Ayub malpe, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 05 2022

    Very very sad incident. May almighty give strength and patience to their parents.Ameen.

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  • Praveen, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 05 2022

    Parents should be punishable for giving vehicles to minors

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