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Bantwal: 24-year-old accident victim dies after battling for life for 2 months


Team Udayavani, May 18, 2021, 6:50 PM IST

Bantwal: A 24-year-old youth who was undergoing treatment at a hospital for the last two months died on Tuesday, May 18.

The deceased is Vinay, a resident of Mugadal gudde.

Vinay who was in a coma was undergoing treatment after he met with an accident on March 10.

The accident took place after Vinay’s two-wheeler collided with a pick-up vehicle near Panenamgaluru. He breathed his last today after he stopped responding to the treatment.

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