Uppinangady youth dies at Attur  


Team Udayavani, Feb 2, 2019, 2:24 AM IST

Uppinangady: A youth died due to a heart attack while conducting business at the market in Karkala early on Friday morning. The deceased youth is identified as Abdul Latif (36), a resident of Kotehitlu Gandhipark in Uppinangady.

Abdul was earlier working as an auto rickshaw driver and recently changed his profession and ventured into business. On the eventful day, he went with his elder brother to their counter at market held at Attur on the occasion of the church feast here. At around 3:3 am in the morning, Abdul all of sudden collapsed to the ground and died.

Abdul is survived by his wife and two children.

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