Woman driver still at large

BANGALORE: The woman who allegedly killed a labourer while driving an SUV on Monday morning is yet traced. The Banasawadi traffic police are still in search of the woman. Nagaraj, 24, a

Published: 14th March 2012 02:08 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:35 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: The woman who allegedly killed a labourer while driving an SUV on Monday morning is yet traced. The Banasawadi traffic police are still in search of the woman.

Nagaraj, 24, a labourer, was killed in the accident while four others were injured in the accident that took place at H R B R Layout in Kalyannagar around 12.30 am on Monday.

The police said that the woman was staying at a room in Babusapalya.

“Investigations revealed that the woman’s sister resides  in Mysore, and police questioned her. However, she was unaware about the woman’s whereabouts. Police teams have been sent to other places also,” the police officials  told the Express.

Meanwhile, the police are also not clear about the name of the woman.

It is said that Ravi, who was with the woman when the accident took place, was introduced to her by his friends.

“He was taking the woman to his house and enroute she told him that she would drive the car and resulted in the accident,”  the police sources said.

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