Budding cricketer killed after car rams into his bike


Team Udayavani, Apr 16, 2019, 6:28 PM IST

Kasargod: A budding cricketer from Kasargod district here was killed on the spot after a car rammed into his bike on National Highway near Karankad here on Tuesday morning.

Ahraz,22, is the deceased person.

It is gathered that Ahraz was going towards Kasargod for his cricket training when a car headed towards Manipal rammed into his bike.

A professional cricketer, Ahraz had recently come back from Gulf after participating in a cricket tournament there.

Kasargod City Traffic Police registered a case.

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