Koppal: Four killed in bus-bike collision


Team Udayavani, Nov 20, 2020, 4:28 PM IST

Koppal: Four people killed in a road accident between a mini bus and a bike near Nittali Cross in Kukanoor Taluk on Friday, Nov 12.

It is said that the people in the bus were from Bagalkote Taluk of Badami district.  They were going to a function organized  in Hire Sindhogi village at Koppal Taluk

Sources claim, Bus collided with the bike near Nittali cross and hit the nearby tree killing four. The deceased  are identified as Rangappa Nagannavara (80), Bheemavwa Godi (70) and Bike rider Santosh (22).

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