Mangaluru: 27-year-old Man Dies in Bike Collision

Mangaluru: A 27-year-old man died in a bike collision at Suratkal here on August 8.

The deceased has been identified as Prateek (27), a resident of Krishnapur.

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According to police, while the bike rider Prateek was trying to overtake a vehicle, at Suratkal his bike collided head-on into another bike. Prateek died on the spot.

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The other bike rider Naveen has also been severely injured, he was rushed to the hospital.

A case has been registered in Suratkal police station.

1 Comment

  1. Traffic accident and deaths are daily occurrences. Mangalore City roads which were built a hundred years ago are no more suitable to the growing traffic. Thanks to The Politicians every attempt is made to widen and concrete the roads but the width of the roads is a constraint. The Police are trying their best and it is hoped that with an additional contingent of lay people to help the police force the situation should ease.

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