Patiala: 35-yr-old Sauja village resident killed as two-wheeler rams into stray animal

Patiala: 35-yr-old Sauja village resident killed as two-wheeler rams into stray animal

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Patiala, July 28

A youth identified as Amandeep Singh (35), a resident of Sauja village, was killed when the two-wheeler he was driving collided with a stray animal at Dadhera village.

The accident occurred in the late evening today when the victim was returning home from work. He is survived by his wife and a three-year-old daughter. Onlookers said the victim’s two-wheeler collided with a stray animal on the road at Dadhera village after which he was taken to the Government Rajindra Hospital. The victim reportedly died on way to the hospital.

Officials at the Government Rajindra Hospital mortuary said after conducting post-mortem body of the deceased was handed over to his family. Investigating officer Parminder Singh said, “We received information that a body was received at the hospital. Thereafter, we visited the spot. Family members of the deceased have recorded their statements.”Century Enclave police post in-charge Daljit Singh said the police had registered a case under Section 174, CrPC.—TNS

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