Beltangady: Two killed in motorcycle-pickup truck collision


Daijiworld Media Network - Beltangady (MS)

Beltangady, Apr 16: In an accident that occurred at Seet forest of Mundaje village in the taluk on Friday April 16, two people were killed when the bike they were riding, collided against a pickup truck.

The deceased have been identified as Sudeep Bhandary (30), a resident of Kuthrijaal near Thotathad, and Prashanth a resident of Mundathodi. 

While Sudeep died on the spot, Prashant died at a hospital in Mangaluru without responding to treatment.

Police visited the spot undertook investigation.

 

 

 

 

 

  

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri.

    Fri, Apr 16 2021

    What are the salient outlook, that has brought revulsion, despair, among visitors and the local inhabitants in Dakshin Kannada district ?????

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Fri, Apr 16 2021

    Om shanthi.....heartfelt condolences to his family..

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Apr 16 2021

    No one is interested in driving Slow ...

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  • Roger, Palimar

    Fri, Apr 16 2021

    It's not the intention.... it's not knowing and following the traffic rules..... that's the fact about driving in India.

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  • Praveen, Kasargod

    Fri, Apr 16 2021

    Now a days accidents have become very common. It seems the society & the authority takes it for granted, not doing anything to reduce accidents. We have forgotten that each life is valuableone. Daily accidents & loss of life should be reduced. We don't feel good hearing the news of accidents & loss of life. So give first preference to avoid accidents as we give importance for Corona pandemic.

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  • ponkra, mangalore

    Fri, Apr 16 2021

    what more can be expected in a third world country like India? these are all part and parcel of life when we are citizens living in countries where corruption is the highest and democracy is only for namesake. Take good care of yourself and be safe as far as possible. Rest leave it to God

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  • Chandu, Karla

    Fri, Apr 16 2021

    Don't blame authorities for everything.....our roads and authorities been there for decades. It is drivers and two, three wheelers riders are the ones to be blamed for all the accidents and deaths. If one rides and drives like a maniac then these type of accidental deaths are bound to happen. I have seen two wheelers riders doing all kinds of acrobatics while on the move that too on busy highways. Some of them always ride only on the center of the right lane no matter comes what even ladies at 40Kmph. So the guy driving behind driving at high speed will knock down one in the front then all finished....only RIP.

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  • Subhash Chandra, Mangalore

    Fri, Apr 16 2021

    Pick up truck mini goods vehicle drivers are worst drivers, even double worse than tipper truck drivers.

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  • Anil, Mangalore

    Fri, Apr 16 2021

    Its sad , almost every day people are dying in road traffic accidents!!!! Especially the motorcycle riders - hope the RTO and other authorities are taking note of this .

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  • Roger, Palimar

    Fri, Apr 16 2021

    Hi Ways of India are not constructed for free flow of traffic..... 99% are unaware of traffic rules... slow moving traffic on fast lane.... too many to write.....

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  • KS Mayya, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Fri, Apr 16 2021

    This is the second such report involving pick-up truck and 2-wheeler. I have also observed that pickup truck drivers are aggressive especially when the truck is empty. They have direct view of the road immediate to the driver seat and hence they tend to take more risk in anticipation of better view and accuracy of maneuver. However, wherever they fail, it can have disastrous results as this and earlier one.

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