Truck fatally hits techie on his way back home in Chennai

A 22-year-old techie from Puzhal was killed when a heavy machinery-laden lorry hit his two-wheeler as one of its tyres burst near the Puzhal police station in the early hours on Friday.

Published: 06th October 2018 05:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th October 2018 09:40 AM   |  A+A-

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By Express News Service

CHENNAI: A 22-year-old techie from Puzhal was killed when a heavy machinery-laden lorry hit his two-wheeler as one of its tyres burst near the Puzhal police station in the early hours on Friday.

V Sabari Sivamani (22), a resident of Kavangarai in Puzhal, was working in a private company in Porur. After the night shift, he was returning home. “Around 4 am, when he was riding near the Puzhal police station, he was hit by a truck which lost control and moved zig-zag following the bursting of its back tyre. Sabari fell down on the road and the lorry ran over him, smashing his head, though he had worn a helmet,” said a traffic investigation officer. Police said the lorry was transporting heavy machinery from Rajasthan to Red Hills. The body was sent to the Stanley Government Hospital for autopsy. The Madhavaram traffic investigation police have registered a case.

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