Kasargod: 26-year-old dies on spot in bike-KSRTC bus collision

Stephen Kayyar

Daijiworld Media Network - Kasargod (MS)

Kasargod, Apr 19: In an accident that occurred on the night of Sunday April 18 at Hosangadi Pete of Manjeshwar between a bike and Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) bus, the bike rider was killed on the spot.

The deceased is Shashidhar (26), resident of Paivalike Beedubail. The bus was plying from Mangaluru to Kasargod. The bike was proceeding from Talapady to Kasargod.

It is suspected that the bus might have hit the bike while trying to overtake another vehicle.

Though Shashidhar was shifted to hospital immediately, he had breathed his last on the spot itself.

Manjeshwar police have confiscated the bus and registered a case in this regard.






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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 19 2021

    Speed Governors should be installed in all Buses & Trucks ...

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  • Achhu, Mlore

    Mon, Apr 19 2021

    Bike should be banned in india. RIP BRO

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  • Subhash Chandra, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 19 2021

    yeah right agree with provide me a 4 wheeler on same price. if a person dies by abuse of alcohol it should be banned. now ban 4 wheeler too. you ok boss ?

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri.

    Mon, Apr 19 2021

    Another precious life, snuffed out !!! Request, all residents of Dakshin Kannada district, please avoid traveling by two wheelers especially on national highways. The daily tally of deaths and serious injuries are heartbreaking !!!!!

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