Passersby were seen filming accident while victim was dragged up to 150 feet ! 

Passersby were seen filming accident while victim was dragged up to 150 feet ! 

Mysuru: On the fateful night of July 5, the Hyundai Creta vehicle that collided against the bike on which Aravinda Rao and M.C. Namana were riding dragged Aravinda Rao up to 150 feet. Police said that no one came to the rescue of the victims.

The Police, who are making their best efforts to trace the killer vehicle, told SOM that the speeding SUV rammed against the bullet bike driven by Aravinda Rao. Both Namana and Aravinda Rao fell from the bike and the latter was caught in the wheels of the SUV. “The vehicle dragged Aravinda Rao up to 150 feet. Later, the SUV driver got down the vehicle and separated Aravinda Rao from the wheels, pushed him to a side and sped away,” said N. Muniyappa, Siddarthanagar Traffic Inspector.

“Our investigations have revealed that many people were a witness to the accident and none of them came forward to the help of Aravinda Rao and Namana. While they let the SUV driver escape without informing the Police, some of them were callously filming the accident on their mobile phones,” he said.

A Police team had to come all the way from Siddarthanagar Traffic Station to rush the victims to the hospital, Muniyappa said and appealed to the public to come to the rescue of such accident victims and rush them to hospital so that lives can be saved.

July 11, 2018

5 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “Passersby were seen filming accident while victim was dragged up to 150 feet ! ”

  1. swamy says:

    Hope the people recording the accident for entertainment meet the same fate.. others record their misery.

  2. Raj says:

    Bloody people
    No Humanity these days

  3. d3adspa77ow says:

    Hope the law enforcement think in this angle and track the tower to identify personnel’s present within the accident zone during the incident time and track them to see if they can collect any evidence in the video/photo recording to identify the vechical reg or any other artifacts.

  4. Vinay says:

    At least if those passer-by share the videos maybe police can trace the vehicle owner easily.

    Whoever has taken the video pls share with police so that it helps them nab the culprit easily. if you are so scared to disclose your details, make a cd/write in a piece of paper and courier it to Mysore commissioner office. Its not mandatory even to write your name. The police will take it forward

    Your good deed will be rewarded in some or the other way.Please display some humanity

  5. Nayak says:

    First of all recordings of such incidents should be strictly banned/ legal action should be taken against those who record in their mobiles……..

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