Man dies, friend injured after speeding tractor hit bike

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Man dies, friend injured after speeding tractor hit bike

Tuesday, 04 May 2021 | SR | Bhopal

A 32-year-old man died while his friend escaped with injuries after their bike was hit by a speeding tractor near Amoni railway crossing under Sukhisewania police station area on Sunday.

According to the police, two injured men were rushed to hospital who were severely injured after their bike was hit by a speeding tractor. One of the injured men was declared dead and was identified as Arun Kumar Lodhi of Amoni village while the injured was identified as Jai escaped with injuries.

Police said that after the incident the tractor driver escaped the spot. The body was sent for the post mortem after the preliminary investigation.  The police have registered a case under section 304 A of the IPC and have started further investigation to search the errant tractor driver. The injured persons is reportedly critical, said police.

Meanwhile, a 45-year-old driver from Maharashtra died under suspicious circumstances who came with truck carrying Mangoes from Maharashtra at Eintkhedi area on Sunday.

The deceased Mohammad Noor reported illness and other driver of the truck Praveen provided him with medicine but when he failed to get relief, he was taken to hospital where he was declared dead.

Police said the circumstantial evidences suggest that the deceased died of cardiac arrest but it could not be ascertained and would be revealed after post mortem. Police were informed and on the receipt of the information a police team reached and started investigation.

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