Mangaluru: Car rams into auto-rickshaw on Nethravathi bridge; Auto Driver killed


Team Udayavani, Mar 27, 2021, 10:49 AM IST

Mangaluru: A car rammed into an auto-rickshaw on the Nethravathi bridge causing the death of the auto driver on Saturday, March 27

The deceased has been identified as Shyamprasad (45), son of Pajeer Senerabailu Sanjeeva Poojary.

Shyamprasad was returning to Asaigoli after dropping a passenger in the city and a car coming from Padil rammed into his rickshaw. It is said that the accident was caused due to the reckless driving of the car driver

A case has been registered at the nearby police station.

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