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35-yr-old man dies after being hit by speeding dumper in Siliguri, locals set dumpers on fire

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35-yr-old man dies after being hit by speeding dumper in Siliguri, locals set dumpers on fire

35-yr-old man dies after being hit by speeding dumper in Siliguri, locals set dumpers on fire

A 35-year-old man died after being hit by a speeding dumper in West Bengal's Siliguri.

He was hit at Ghoshpukur bypass in Siliguri on July 29.

The locals thrashed the driver and set 4 dumpers on fire after the incident.

Investigation is underway.


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