‘Yaazh Theavi’ claims life of 78-year-old man in Ki'linochchi

[TamilNet, Friday, 13 September 2013, 18:56 GMT]
A 78-year-old Tamil man, who survived the genocidal onslaught on Vanni, was killed Friday in Ki'linochchi where ‘Yaazh Theavi’ train, which was under a trial run, knocked him down at a crossing without an operational barrier. The accident comes two days ahead of SL president Mahinda Rajapaksa is scheduled to declare the train service extended to Ki'linochchi from Vavuniyaa in a hasty election propaganda move on Sunday.

Yaazh Theavi accident


The victim was identified as Vairamuththu Thirunavukarasu from Tho'ndamaan-nakar in Ki'linochchi.

The fatal accident which claimed the life Mr Thirunavukkarasu on the spot has taken place at 155th Mile Post in Ki'linochchi around 10:00 a.m. Friday.

The trial run of the train has been conducted without operational barriers or signal lights, news sources in Ki'linochchi said.

Yaazh Theavi accident
Yaazh Theavi accident

 

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