Bantwal: 26-yr-old bike rider hit by tipper lorry, dies in hospital

Daijiworld Media Network - Bantwal (DV)

Bantwal, Dec 4: A two-wheeler rider succumbed to injury as he failed to respond to treatment after a tipper lorry collided with the two-wheeler that he was riding.

The deceased is identified as Manoj Poojary (26) of Manila.

An accident was reported between tipper lorry and a bike that occurred in front of Veerakamba school on Saturday, December 3 in the evening.

Manoj was immediately rushed to the hospital.

He succumbed to injuries as he failed to respond to the treatment.

Manoj was working as a civil engineer in a construction company.

After conducting the post-mortem, Manoj Poojary's mortal remains will be handed over to his family members.




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    Mon, Dec 05 2022

    No day pass of without the news of a road accident in India. Everyday there are many accidents. If we drive slowly and follow rules of traffic 90 percent of accidents can be prevented, please drive carefully I am feeling very sad when I hear the news of accidents. Accidents can be prevented.

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  • GURKA, Mangaluru

    Mon, Dec 05 2022

    RIP - Knowing the fact that 85% of the truck driver including bus drivers addicted to alcohol or to GUTKA - they start from morning to evening

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  • Dam, Mangalore

    Mon, Dec 05 2022

    First of all Speed governor should be implemented on Heavy vehicles.... and one suggestion avoid two wheelers in long rote /highways...

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