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Ex-army man killed, daughter injured in hit-and-run case

In a case of hit-and-run, an ex-army man died on the spot while his 24-year-old daughter was severely injured when a speeding Tempo Traveller knocked them down at Kudlu Gate junction in Hulimavu on Wednesday. The deceased is Subramanya (51), a resident of Chikkabegur. The injured Akhila is an MTech graduate.

Published: 26th January 2018 01:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th January 2018 07:19 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BENGALURU: In a case of hit-and-run, an ex-army man died on the spot while his 24-year-old daughter was severely injured when a speeding Tempo Traveller knocked them down at Kudlu Gate junction in Hulimavu on Wednesday. The deceased is Subramanya (51), a resident of Chikkabegur. The injured Akhila is an MTech graduate.

A senior police officer said, "The incident occurred at midnight when Subramanya and his daughter were walking home after watching a movie.  They were waiting to cross the junction when a speeding Tempo Traveller knocked them down.

The father died on the spot while Akhila was rushed to a private hospital. Subramanya had taken voluntary retirement from the Army and was working with the maintenance department of BMRCL on a contract basis."

Hulimavu traffic police collected CCTV footage of the vehicle. The driver is absconding.

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