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One killed, one injured in road accident


Team Udayavani, Oct 21, 2019, 3:27 PM IST

Chitradurga: A man was killed and another sustained severe injury after their bike collided with a bus near Chellakere cross on Monday.

The deceased is identified as Jagadish (26) and the injured is Srinivas (26).

The accident took place while the duo was going to their work in the morning. The bus diver who lost control over his vehicle collided with the bike killing Jagadish on the spot.

Srinivas is currently undergoing treatment at a hospital nearby.

A case in this regard has been registered with the Talaku Police.

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