Two-year-old knocked down by car

A two-year-old boy was knocked down when a man was reversing his car at Madanayakanahalli in Nelamangala on Sunday evening. 

Published: 11th April 2017 05:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th April 2017 05:01 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BENGALURU: A two-year-old boy was knocked down when a man was reversing his car at Madanayakanahalli in Nelamangala on Sunday evening. 

Police said Hemanth was the son of Yellappa, a BMTC driver, and Shruthi, a house wife. They are residents of Madanayakanahalli. 

Police said Hemanth was playing outside the house and his mother was inside the house. Santhosh Kumar, a businessman, was reversing his car while speaking on the phone and failed to notice Hemanth playing on the roadside and knocked him down. 

Neighbours rushed the child to a private hospital. He died on Monday of injuries. 
Madanayakanahalli police have arrested Santhosh. 

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