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2 Cops on Patrol Hurt After Car Rams Bike

Two policemen, who were on night patrol, sustained injuries when a speeding car, which was being driven by a software engineer, rammed into their motorcycle at Arakere Junction in Hulimavu late on Wednesday night.

Published: 04th April 2014 08:31 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th April 2014 08:31 AM   |  A+A-

Two policemen, who were on night patrol, sustained injuries when a speeding car, which was being driven by a software engineer, rammed into their motorcycle at Arakere Junction in Hulimavu late on Wednesday night.

The injured Maruti Pujari and Narasappa are attached to Hulimavu police station. The driver Ayush Gupta, a resident of Hulimavu, was arrested.

Police said that the accident occurred around 1.30 am. Pujari sustained severe head injuries while Narasappa escaped with minor injuries.

Gupta himself rushed the duo to a nearby hospital. In his statement to the police, Gupta said that he was drowsy at that time and that led to the accident.

Missing Mechanic Found Dead

A 40-year-old mechanic, who had been missing since Ugadi, was found dead at his friend’s home on Wednesday.

According to Peenya police, Sathish had worked on Ugadi day and had asked his friend Prakash for the keys to his house saying he was late and would sleep there. Prakash had left for his hometown that night and gave Sathish the keys to his house.

It was only on Wednesday that the incident came to light when Prakash returned home and found that the door was locked from inside.

Despite knocking on the door many times, there was no response. He finally broke open the door to find Sathish lying dead inside.

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