Another death happened in Tamilnadu due to advertisement hoarding. A 13-year old boy this time!

While trying to move out of the vehicle’s way, the boy allegedly lost his balance and came in contact with a pole on which the advertisement hoarding was mounted.
Another death happened in Tamilnadu due to advertisement hoarding. A 13-year old boy this time!

After the death of a girl on a Chennai road because of illegal banners put up by an All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam functionary evoked a flurry of responses, here happens another ghastly incident which resembles the same.

 
A 13-year-old boy died after electrocuted by an advertisement hoarding of a bank in Cuddalore district in Tamil Nadu. According to police, the boy was on a bicycle and was trying to avoid a vehicle coming from the opposite direction. He allegedly lost his balance and came in contact with a pole on which the advertisement hoarding held.
 
According to the police, Dinesh Kumar, a class nine student, was on his way back home in Kullanchavadi from a Primary Health Centre at Ambalavananpettai, around three kilometers away. He was running a fever on Friday and hence had visited the Primary Health Centre.
 
As he was riding his bicycle, he was trying to avoid a vehicle coming from the opposite direction. While trying to move out of the vehicle’s way, he allegedly lost his balance and came in contact with a pole on which the advertisement hoarding held.
 
Following a complaint from Dinesh’s parents, the police have registered an FIR against those who put up the hoarding and Tamil Nadu Electricity Board officials as well.



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