Bantwal: Gravel-laden lorry rams into bike, rider loses life

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Bantwal, Sep 25: In a tragic accident that occurred on Sunday, September 25, morning, a bike rider lost his life in a collision with a lorry transporting gravel at the new bridge in Panemangaluru.

The victim has been identified as Raj Kumar, the eldest son of Vasudeva Maiya, a resident of Sajeepa Benkya.

Raj Kumar had recently purchased land in Vamadapadavu and was actively involved in cultivation. The unfortunate incident took place while he was returning home to Sajeepa from Vamadapadavu. A lorry owned by Pavitra Construction, traveling from the opposite direction, collided with his bike.

The collision resulted in severe injuries to Raj Kumar, who was rushed to the hospital. Unfortunately, he succumbed to his injuries on the way.

The Melkar traffic police have registered a case related to the accident.




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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Sun, Sep 24 2023

    Separate lanes for Two Wheelers is only a wish ...

    DisAgree [9] Agree [4] Reply Report Abuse

  • Sam, Mumbai

    Sun, Sep 24 2023

    Separate lane will work only when people have knowledge about traffic rules. People riding bikes as if its its fathers road wouldn't mind driving on any lanes.

    DisAgree [3] Agree [19] Reply Report Abuse

  • Rathan, Mangalore

    Mon, Sep 25 2023

    Sam same comments holds good for lorry /bus drivers too And for that matter even pedestrian also behave like what you have commented

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