Johnson on Vacation from Dubai killed in Road Accident

Johnson on Vacation from Duabi killed in Road Accident

Udupi: A 28-year-old youth was killed on August 2 after the motorcycle on which he was traveling collided with a Tipper at Ganapanakatte near Moodubelle.


The deceased has been identified as Johnson D’Souza (28) Son of Jerome and Margaret D’Souza Moodubelle.

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According to sources, Johnson was on his way to Belle from his house on his Bike. A tipper coming from opposite direction hit his bike. Johnson who was seriously injured was rushed to the hospital where he was declared brought dead.

Johnson is survived by his father, mother, brother Manoj D’Souza, Sisters Joyline and Josline. He was working in Duabi and had come on a months vacation on July 31.

Shirva Police have visited the spot and registered a case.

Funeral cortege leaves residence Belanjaledaddu   Edmer for St. Lawrence Church, Moodubelle on Thursday 04 August, at 3.30pm. Funeral Mass at 4 pm.


  1. May God rest Johnson’s soul in peace.

    Truly tragic that such a young life is lost.

    Hope other young and reckless motorcycle riders give a thought to such consequences and learn to ride a bike wearing a helmet, riding slow and cautiously, avoid riding at nights, and mainly not to ride a bike after consumption of alcohol.

    The narrow, badly marked, badly lit, inside roads in Mangalore District or Udupi District are death traps for small cars and 2-wheelers.

    The Traffic Dept. simply registers a case, whilst not doing anything on how to bring down the high rate of accidents in Karnataka.

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