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ACP's son hurt in bike mishap

Published: 13th October 2012 12:14 PM  |   Last Updated: 13th October 2012 12:14 PM   |  A+A-

The son of a police officer of the rank of assistant commissioner of police, who went on a long drive with two friends on a motorcycle, landed in a hospital with serious injuries after his bike collided headon with an oncoming truck near Kowkur in Alwal police limits here on Friday.

 Alwal police inspector Vijay Kumar said Mayank (18), son of Mahankali division ACP GP Vasu Sena, and his two friends Mallikarjun and Akash Reddy were tripleriding a Pulsar bike to visit a dargah. Around 1.30 pm, as the trio was proceeding from Balajinagar to Kowkur and was nearing the Kowkur stretch, the bike hit a brickladen truck which was coming in the opposite direction at a high speed.

 Under the impact of the head-on collision, Mayank, who was riding the motorcycle, was severely injured in the head and, Mallikarjun and Akash Reddy were injured in their legs.

 Alerted by locals, police rushed to the spot along with the ‘108’ medical emergency service.

 Initially, the victims were taken to the Oxygen Hospital.

 With the doctors there declaring Mayank’s condition as serious, the youth shifted to a corporate hospital in Secunderabad.



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