Sullia: Man dies as wooden logs slip from tipper, fall on him

Daijiworld Media Network – Sullia (MS)

Sullia, Jun 6: A man died as wooden logs slipped from a tipper and fell on him. This tragic incident occurred at Sullia Padavu Battangala in Paduvannur village.

Gopalakrishna is the unfortunate victim of this tragedy. Wooden logs of mango trees were being loaded on to a tipper by a crane near the house of Gopalakrishna. He also was working along with other labourers. As the back door of the tipper truck was being fastened, the logs slipped and fell on Gopalakrishna. A seriously injured Gopalakrishna was rushed to hospital but succumbed on the way.

Gopalakrishna was the owner of Shri Shailam shamiyana and also was active in many social activities. He is survived by mother, wife and three children. In a complaint filed with the police, negligence of tipper driver is said to the reason for Gopalakrishna’s death.





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  • Eva, Kirem

    Tue, Jun 06 2023

    Our police department personnel busy checking bikes only. I have seen so many hazardous things on the road like overloaded trucks, carrying sharo object like pipes in a bike and without tying or covering properly loadsetc

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Tue, Jun 06 2023

    Om shanthi....

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Tue, Jun 06 2023

    safety is never a concern in third world countries....

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  • Thyamanna, Pudcherry/Saligrama

    Tue, Jun 06 2023

    For death need some or other reason behind. After all it's in the hands of God death and birth. What happened is unfortunate incident a big loss to the family. Om Shanthi..

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