Three including Bhatkali youth killed in Mysore road accident

Source: S.O. News Service | By Sajjad Qazi | Published on 31st January 2018, 8:16 PM | Coastal News | State News | Don't Miss |

Bhatkal: In a tragic road accident that happened in Mysore today on 31st January, three youths including a Bhatkali student were killed on the spot after the car in which they were traveling in hit a roadside pole. The accident happened when a group of five students were returning to the home from college.

Sources informed that the accident happened when the speeding car initially rammed into a roadside pole and then toppled hitting a divider. The other two persons including driver sustained severe injuries and were admitted to the nearby hospital.

The deceased Bhatkali student has been identified as Syed Hasham Musaib s/o Sajjad SM, a student of B.com final year in St. Joseph College, Mysore. It is learned that Hasham and his friends were returning to their home in N.R colony in Mysore after attending an event held at his college, when the accident took place.

It shall be noted that Syed Hasham along with his parents had settled in Mysore, since many years. The other two deceased and the injured are also said to be the residents of Mysore. The condition of the injured victims is reported critical.

The dead bodies were shifted to govt hospital for post-mortem process. 

The police are investigating the matter.

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