Uncontrolled bike rider collided with tree near Gwalior, one killed, another injured
Publish Date: | Fri, 12 Aug
01: 59 PM (IST)
Gwalior. (New Zealand News). Two youths resident of village Charkha of Bhitarwar police station area were going back to their village from village Ikhara by bike. Then the balance of the bike deteriorated and both the youths collided with the acacia tree, in which one ) year old youth died on the spot. At the same time the second youth was seriously injured, who was taken primary from the Community Health Center Bhitarwar. After treatment, Gwalior was referred.
According to the information, resident of village Charkha 66 year old Jitendra son Jagram Jatav of his family 18 year old Pradeep was going with his son Puran Singh Jatav on his bike for some work in a nearby village at around four o’clock. They were coming back home at five o’clock 18 when the power was made one kilometer before Charkha village. Jitendra Singh Jatav, who was riding a bike in front of the house, lost his balance. The bike collided with an acacia tree, causing serious injuries to the head and mouth of the youth sitting behind on the bike. Due to which he died on the spot. At the same time, Jitendra Singh, who was seriously injured in the said incident, was sent to the community hospital for treatment with the help of passers-by, from where he was hurriedly referred to Gwalior due to his serious condition. After getting the information, the family members and Bhitarwar police reached the spot. The body of the deceased youth was sent to the Community Health Center for the PM. Where the dead body was handed over to the relatives after PM of the deceased youth.
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