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2014-09-03T20:18:40+05:30
How many times would you have seen youngsters showing off their stunting skills on roads, risking their precious lives?The answer in India is 'ALOT!' Not only is this unsafe but also a problem to other drivers on roads. It's a crime but some go to the level of doing this without helmets! A DOUBLE CRIME! This must stop. None wants to see blood on roads, some people must understand that........
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2014-09-03T20:50:35+05:30
COIMBATORE: An engineering student sustained severe head injuries after his motorcycle rammed into a goods auto rickshaw near Thoppampatti Privu on the Coimbatore -Mettupalayam road, and died without responding to treatment on Friday. His friend was admitted at a private hospital with multiple injuries.

The deceased has been identified as R Nandakumar (20) from Gandhi Nagar at Perianaickenpalayam and the injured has been identified as S Dharanibaran (20) from JJ Nagar at Thirumalainaickenpalayam. Both were studying BE second year at Karpagam College of Engineering at Myleripalayam on the outskirts of the city.

The students were returning home from college on Thursday evening in a motorcycle. Nandakumar was apparently riding the motorcycle in a rash and negligent manner said witnesses. When a goods auto rickshaw tried to make a 'U' turn at Thoppampatti Pirivu, the speeding motorcycle rammed into the goods auto rickshaw. The duo was thrown off the vehicle and sustained severe head injuries. Both of them were rushed to a private hospital in the city. Nandakumar died without responding to treatment at the hospital on Friday morning. The body was sent to Coimbatore Medical College Hospital (CMCH) for postmortem and later the body was handed over to the relatives of the deceased. Thudiyalur police registered a case and a detailed investigation is on.
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