Thrissur youth dies after falling off moving train


Team Udayavani, Nov 28, 2018, 2:00 PM IST

Kasargod: A 24-year-old youth, a resident of Thrissur died after falling from the Netravati Express train at Bekal near Kalnadu on Monday, November 26 night.

The deceased, Mohammed Ali was employed as a web designer in Mumbai. He along with his wife were returning to Mumbai after visiting their native.

Reportedly the incident occurred when the train was passing through Kalnad tunnel near Bekal here. As Ali did not return for a long time his wife alerted her co-passengers. 

The Kasargod police were intimated about the same and his body was found during the search operation. Ali’s body has taken to the Kasargod General Hospital and was handed over to his relatives after post-mortem procedure

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