Youth’s dead body found on railway tracks


Team Udayavani, Dec 31, 2019, 12:23 PM IST

Kadaba: The dead body of a youth was found on railway tracks near Kodiambala Railway Station here on Tuesday morning.

The deceased has been as Vineet, a resident of Sullia was killed after being hit by a speeding train.

Liquor bottles were found near the spot where Vineet’s body was found.

Railway Police and Kadaba Police reached the spot. A case has been registered.

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