Kundapur: Two killed in car-bike collision


Team Udayavani, Feb 9, 2021, 1:00 PM IST

Kundapur: Two bike-borne men died in a road accident on Church Road, Kundapur when a car collided with a motorcycle, on Monday February 8

The deceased have been identified as Kiran Mesta (24) from Maddugudde, and Raveendra Kumar (25) from Neralakatte village.

It is said that Kiran and Raveendra were on their way to visit Kodi Chakramma temple and the  car  was moving towards the town from Maddugudde.

Both Kiran and Raveendra were taken to the government hospital but they died before reaching the hospital.

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