BCA student killed in road accident

BCA student killed in road accident

The deceased, Anand Angadi (20), was a resident of RPC Layout and was pursuing BCA in S Nijalingappa College, Rajajinagar.

Anand hailed from Sunnadholi village in Gokak taluk of Belgaum district and had come to Bangalore three years ago for higher studies. The injured, Prateek, is recovering in a hospital.

Police said that Anand and seven of his friends had decided to go to a temple near Bidadi. The eight went on four bikes. Prateek was riding Anand’s bike and was wearing helmet, while Anand sat behind. A speeding Prateek lost control of his bike, which brushed against his friend’s bike that was going in front of him near Innovative Film City on Mysore Road.
He lost control over the bike and fell down, while Anand was thrown up in air and suffered severe head injuries. He was rushed to a nearby hospital by his friends. However, doctors advised them to shift Anand to Rajarajeshwari Hospital as his condition was critical. He was taken to the hospital in an ambulance. However, the doctors declared him dead on arrival.
“Anand was an expert rider. He was very fond of riding and took safety measures. He had mastered driving vehicles such as tractors and cars. He wanted to be an engineer in life. Anand was the only son,” said a relative.

Police said the body was handed over to relatives after a post mortem.
Motorist killed A motorist was killed on the spot in a head on collision with a BMTC bus in Peenya traffic police limits on Friday night.

The deceased Gopal (31) of Ravindranagar in T Dasarahalli was a painter. The accident occurred on Hesaraghatta road near NH 4, when the speeding BMTC bus knocked down Gopal’s bike coming from the opposite side. The bus driver has been arrested, police said.

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