Udupi: Lorry topples on two-wheeler, rider killed on spot

Daijiworld Media network - Udupi (JD)

Udupi, July 5: In a tragic accident near Padubidri junction, a two-wheeler rider lost his life after a lorry toppled upon him.

The incident occured in broad daylight of Tuesday, July 5 at Padubidri junction.

Samshuddin is the deceased person. The lorry was plying from Udupi to Mangaluru. The driver lost control near Padubidri junction when the two-wheeler entered the highway all of a sudden.

Samshuddin died on the spot. Padubidri police visited the spot. Due to the accident, traffic was blocked on the highway for for a while.





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  • Indian, India

    Tue, Jul 05 2022

    2 wheeler and pedestrians should not think of huge vehicles as toys ..they are very difficult to manouvre .As far as practicable stay at safe distance from them.

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  • Dr Kusuma Kumari Gunji, Nellore Kodyadka

    Tue, Jul 05 2022

    In rainy season we must drive very slow and carefully Very sad to hear the loss of a life I feel very sad whenever some one looses life in accidents as I am of the opinion accidents are totaly preventable in life

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Tue, Jul 05 2022

    Unscientific highway roads and poor Traffic system everywhere.

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  • g m hegde, mumbai

    Tue, Jul 05 2022

    we will always blame highways but ourselves jaywalking on roads, suddenly crossing highway out of bushes on median, rushing onto highway from side streets, unwilling to respect bigger vehicles using mobiles while driving & not the least driving as if there is no tomorrow

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  • S g kankanady, Mangalore

    Tue, Jul 05 2022

    Even if you provide ten lane super highway our people will drive like maniacs and kill themselves and others. The roads in Europe are not necessarily wide or straight but people behave resposibly .

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  • Kiran, Moodbidri

    Wed, Jul 06 2022

    Prabhuji, Please have a drive from bedra(moodbidri) to kudla. You will see scooter riders and auto riders riding as if that is their road and they even dont let you go forward. Especially Ganjimut, Gurpur Kaikamba area. Also In Sullia and Kadaba 2 weeks back i was driving to Bangalore via Belur. Tripple riders doing road rage where one Creta overtook them and went. Those 7 people gang chased them till Hassan Bypass abusing the drivers. It is not road or Highway authority to look in. It is US who should know the Traffic rules. It is US who cried for hefty fines when imposed by Govt.(looking at these kind , the experts did) Do you know about NICE road in Bangalore. 2 wheelers are not allowed post 7PM and still we see them riding splendor like a super Bike. IT IS US WHO ALLOW THESE THINGS NOT THE HIGHWAY AUTHORITY. Get educated Prabhuji.

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