Rash driving claims life of 30-year-old in city

Submitted by alvin on Tue, 2016-06-28 17:32 Bengaluru: A 30-year-old man, who had received severe head injuries when he fell off his two-wheeler on hitting a road hump in Kamakshipalya traffic police station limits on Monday, succumbed to his injuries on Tuesday. The deceased has been identified as Naveed, said to be a resident of Nayanadahalli. The pillion rider, Mahadev, sustained minor injuries in the accident. Police said the accident happened on Monday around 2.30pm when the deceased was heading towards Nayandahalli from Sumanahalli Junction. He was reportedly speeding and failed to notice a speed breaker near Nagarabhavi, following which he lost control and fell off the bike. He had sustained severe head injuries in the mishap. The pillion rider Mahadev, who had asked for a lift on the way, escaped with minor injuries. “Naveed was undergoing treatment at Nimhans and he succumbed to his injuries around 5.30 am on Tuesday. While being shifted to hospital, he said he was Naveed and he was a resident of Nayandahalli. However, we are not able to trace his house and family members. Efforts are on to know it,” the police said. The Kamakshipalya traffic police have registered a case.