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    Published On : Mon, Aug 7th, 2017

    21-year old biker dies after ramming into a stationery truck


    Nagpur:
    The ‘need for speed’ claimed a young life when, Jayesh Oswal (21) professional biker, hailing from Mumbai died after his speeding bike rammed into a stationery truck near Hudkeshwar in Nagpur. The accident happened near Club NH-7 restaurant.

    Jayesh, who was on a two month tour across the country, was found dead, lying covered in blood by the patrolling team of Hudkeshwar. “He was already dead when we reached the spot”, informed one of the officials. The cops will be looking at the footages of his ‘Go-pro’ camera, which he had installed on his helmet, to see how the accident happened. The vehicle with which he apparently collided was not at the spot when the cops reached. It is yet to be traced.

    Jayash’s stepfather Manoj Jain was tracking his only son’s progress using the Global Positioning System (GPS) throughout his expedition. On Saturday morning, he felt something amiss since Jayash’s location was not changing for a long time. The family members were trying to get in touch with Jayash, when they were informed about the incident by Sakinaka police, Mumbai who were alerted by Nagpur City police.

    His family told, “Jayash had been running a YouTube channel named ‘That Apache Guy’ since last year. He was a diehard rider.”


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