ITC employee falls to death from 2nd floor of office building


Team Udayavani, Jun 7, 2019, 6:18 PM IST

Mysuru: A 30-year-old youth, employed with ITC company, fell to his death from the building’s second floor here on Friday morning.

Mahadevu(30), resident of Kempi Siddaramanahundi is the deceased person.

Mahadevu was working in the general shift and was performing his duty when he allegedly lost his balance and fell from the second floor. He was killed on the spot owing to the head injuries he sustained.

The dead body has been sent to the Nanjangudu Government Hospital for autopsy.

Nanjangudu Rural police registered a case.

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