Cyclist hit by car, dies
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In an accident with a car, a cyclist died on the spot while he was on the way home from work near Sector 39. The cyclist has been identified as Prem Nath, aged 51, a resident of Sector 24 who worked as a painter.
The accident took place when Prem Nath was returning home from work, Mukesh Kumar a resident of Sector 40 hit Prem Nath. In a head on collision, Prem Nath was severely injured and was rushed to the Government Multi-Specialty Hospital (GMSH), Sector 16 where he was declared dead by the doctors on arrival.
Mukesh Kumar, a 50-year-old was arrested by the police and was booked on charges of causing death due to negligence. Prem Nath's cycle was completely damaged due to the accident.
On January 1 as well an accident had taken place where an SUV had hit a cyclist at Matka Chownk. The cyclist had died on the spot.
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