Kasargod: Scooter rams into house compound wall, rider dies

Stephan Kayyar

Daijiworld Media Network – Kasargod (EP)

Kasargod, June 23: A scooter rider died near Bangramanjeshwar here on Thursday, June 23, when his scooter rammed against the compound wall of a house.

The deceased has been identified as Deekshit (30), a resident near Hosangadi railway gate. The incident happened at Bangramanjeshwar Katte bazar.

Fishermen coming that way noticed the scooter that had met with an accident and the injured Deekshit in a roadside drain nearby. They immediately alerted Manjeshwar police. The police personnel arrived, conducted an inquest and shifted Deekshit’s mortal remains to Mangalpady taluk hospital for a post-mortem.

Deekshit was working as a driver in Mangaluru and it is suspected that the accident might have occurred when he was returning home on Wednesday night. Dinesh Kumar, the father of Deekshit, runs a taxi in Hosangadi.

Manjeshwar station police have registered a case in this connection.




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  • Rita, Germany

    Fri, Jun 24 2022

    VERY SAD:young fellow,did no one took notice of accident ?Whether caused by any accident or self ?May be someone simply escaped when accident occured ?Even house owners didnt hear the accident happening ?Strange.Till fisher men came .May his soul rest in peace,Heartfelt sympathy to his family.

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