A 44-year-old man from Khola died in a highway mishap on Wednesday morning. In keeping with police, Sidharta Naik of Kazumoll-Khola was using a bike together with pillion Arvind Gaikwad had been continuing to Gulem by means of the slender Agonda-Gulem inner highway.
Police stated the rider misplaced management and dashed the car right into a roadside tree just a few metres earlier than reaching the NH17 highway on the foot of Karmalghat part.
The bike rider was carrying a helmet when the mishap occurred, however reportedly suffered grievous accidents within the mishap.
The badly injured Naik was shifted to Neighborhood Well being Centre (CHC) at Canacona, the place he expired whereas present process therapy.
The pillion Arvind Gaikwad, a local of Kalyan-Maharashtra, escaped with minor accidents.
Mishaps in Parra
In the meantime, two individuals had been killed in separate highway mishaps in Parra on Wednesday. Within the first mishap, Satpurush Salgaonkar (42) of Cansa-Thivim was killed in a hit-and-run case alongside the Parra-Saligao highway junction.
The accident occurred on Wednesday at about 7 am because the deceased was using a bike quantity in the direction of Parra, whereas the accused had been travelling from Guirim to Nagoa on a bike.
Each automobiles collided with one another and Salgaonkar sustained grievous accidents. Benefiting from a crowd gathered on the spot, the accused fled of their two-wheeler
Salgaonkar was shifted to the District Hospital in a 108 ambulance however died whereas present process therapy there.
Based mostly on CCTV footage from the positioning, the police traced the variety of the two-wheeler which fled from the positioning and registered a case beneath Sections 279, 337, 304 of IPC and Part 134(a)(b) of the Motor Automobile Act and is investigating the case.
Within the second incident, Rajesh Munda (27), a local of Assam however residing at Parra was killed on the spot, whereas the pillion rider Karan Chodankar from Mayem sustained minor accidents.
The accident occurred on Wednesday at 6.30 pm, when Munda was travelling from Parra in the direction of Nagoa on scooter, whereas an oncoming two-wheeler was continuing from Arpora in the direction of Parra.
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