One killed in road mishap
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MEGHALAYA

Meghalaya: 15-year-old boy killed in Shillong road mishap, driver flees

Kiran Sinha, a resident of Nongthymmai, died on the spot due to a head injury when his two-wheeler collided with a mini-truck opposite RBI office

Princess Giri Rashir

Princess Giri Rashir

Shillong: A 15-year-old boy was killed in a road mishap opposite Reserve Bank of India office in Meghalaya’s Shillong on Wednesday.

According to the police, the victim — identified as Kiran Sinha — was a resident of Jylli Shop, Nongthymmai. Sinha died on the spot due to head injury, said reports.

The police informed that the victim was not wearing a helmet.

The scooty that the deceased was riding collided with a mini-truck around 7 am, said reports, and the police got the information at 7.10 am, said officials.

The mini-truck driver managed to flee the spot, leaving his vehicle behind. The police have seized the truck and further investigation is being carried out.

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