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Crocodile strolls into Karnataka village

Crocodile strolls into Karnataka village Sumesh Rajan 4 July 2021 A huge crocodile made a surprise visit to Kogilban village near the resort town of Dandeli in Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka, on July 1, scaring the wits out of the villagers. The reptile had come out of the nearby Kali river, which meanders through the Kali Tiger Reserve (earlier known as Dandeli-Anshi Tiger Reserve), in the district. Fortunately, it did not attack anyone, nor the humans following it at a distance or those taking videos of it. The crocodile walked at a leisurely pace and did not even bother the stray dogs that came near it. The villagers contacted the forest department officials who rushed to the spot and captured it, before releasing it unharmed into the river. According to wildlife officials, Kali river has a sizable population of crocodiles. Keeping that in mind, a crocodile park has been set up in Dandeli.

Gruesome footage shows man being run over by speeding car.





Shocking footage shows man being run over by speeding car



Story by Sagaya Fernando
Mumbai : May 14, 2018


Disturbing footage of a man being hit by a car on a busy highway in India’s Gujarat state and run over, leading to his death, is a lesson to anyone running to cross a busy highway.



 A bystander filmed the incident as the victim, who apparently had a scuffle with some people in a restaurant across the highway, started running to get away from the scene even as a woman is heard screaming in the background.



Just as he blindly jumps across the road median, a speeding Innova car hits him, flinging him up in the air. He lands a few metres ahead and the front and back wheels of the car run over him, crushing him to death on the spot.



“The incident took place on the Palanpur-Deesa Highway just half a kilometre outside of Palanpur town, on May 5. The victim has been identified as 30-year-old Raju Hira Dhameja. The Innova driver fled from the scene after the incident,” informed Palanpur West Police Station Inspector R K Solanki.



“We have registered a case under Section 304A of the Indian Penal Code, and are carrying out investigations to trace the driver,” said Inspector Solanki.



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