Aranthodu: Rider dies in bike-rickshaw collision

Team Udayavani, Sep 26, 2022, 12:20 PM IST

Aranthodu: A youth was killed after his bike collided with an auto-rickshaw in Parivarkana on Monday, September 26.

The deceased has been identified as Prateek, a resident of  Kudurepaya, Chembu village.

The incident occurred when Prateek’s bike collided with an auto-rickshaw in Parivarkana.

Prateek and his friend who were injured in the accident were rushed to a nearby hospital. However, Prateek died on the way.

A case has been registered.


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