Sub-Inspector, wife die as car hits roadside tree

Chintalapudi Sub-Inspector Saida Nayak and his wife died when the car in which they were travelling hit a roadside tree at Sitammacheruvu village in Lingapalem mandal on Saturday morning.

Published: 16th July 2017 10:40 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th July 2017 10:40 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

ELURU: Chintalapudi Sub-Inspector Saida Nayak and his wife died when the car in which they were travelling hit a roadside tree at Sitammacheruvu village in Lingapalem mandal on Saturday morning.
According to police, Saida Nayak (30) along with his wife Shanti (25) and daughter Princy left Chintalapudi in the ill-fated car to come to Eluru.

Chintalapudi SI Saida
Nayak with his wife Shanti | Express

The SI was coming to the district headquarters for some work at the SP office. His wife accompanied him with their 17-month-old daughter to undergo a medical check-up at a hospital in Eluru. When the car reached Sitammacheruvu, Saida Nayak who was driving the car, lost control and it hit a roadside tree. Nayak died on the spot in the incident. Shanti who received grievous injuries in the mishap, died while undergoing treatment at  ASRAM Hospital in Eluru. The baby girl escaped with minor injuries. A case was registered. 

Saida Nayak, a 2012 Batch Sub- Inspector, hails from Ibrahimpatnam in Krishna district, while his wife Shanti belongs to Military Madhavaram village in Pentapadu mandal of West Godavari district. They got married three years ago. District SP M Ravi Prakash, Additional SP V Ratna, Special Branch DSP Bhaskar Rao, Jangareddigudem DSP J Venkatrao and Nayak’s batchmates expressed shock over the tragic demise of the young couple.

Baby girl escapes with minor injuries

Chintalapudi Sub-Inspector Saida Nayak died on the spot in the car mishap. His wife Shanti succumbed to injuries at ASRAM Hospital in Eluru. But their 17-month-old daughter. SP M Ravi Prakash and Additional SP V Ratna expressed shock over the tragic demise of the young couple

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