Stray bulls claim lives of 2 bikers

ABOHAR: Two motorcyclists were killed after colliding with stray bulls here today.

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Abohar, August 12

Two motorcyclists were killed after colliding with stray bulls here today.

Sonu Singh (25) died on the spot, while his friend Kalu Meghwal (40) received grievous injuries as the motorcycle they were riding on collided with a stray bull that suddenly entered the Abohar-Sadulshehar-Hanumangarh road near Kheruwala village. Dr Dhiraj Yadav at the Sadulshehar Civil Hospital, 31 km from here, said Sonu suffered a head injury and his ear was also bleeding excessively. Kalu has been referred to Sriganganagar. The police have started investigating the matter.

In another mishap, Ravinder Sharma alias Happy (53) was killed as a stray bull hit the motorcycle he was riding on near Manaksar village in Sriganganagar. The incident took place when he was on the way to bring fuel for tractor. He worked as a power board contractor. The body has been shifted to the district hospital and the family members had been informed about the incident.

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