In a recent turn of events, it was reported that two people were dead and four were injured as the container drops off and collided with cars on the Mumbai-Pune expressway. Follow us around for all the insights and fresh updates. On a Monday morning, a tragedy struck when a container overturned, crossed the divider, and crashed into five cars on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway in Rajgad district.
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The tragic incident resulted in the death of two individuals and 4 injuries, altogether 6 people suffered due to this. According to Rajgad police, the mishap occurred at 9 am when the container with registration number MH-46-AR-0181 was en route from Pune to Mumbai. However, the container dropped off which caused 5 cars to overturn onto the lane which is headed towards Pune. There are many authorities who stated that the container was traveling from Pune to Mumbai and the accident occurred due to extreme speed.
The excessive speed, however, caused the vehicles to lose control. The collision trapped five cars under the overturned container which result in the instant death on the spot of 2 people and 4 were injured severely.
The tragic accident impacted a total of five small cars reportedly, a driver of a Suzuki Dzire car and a woman in a vehicle bearing registration number MH-48-A-6512 lost their lives on the spot. The two injured women from the same car were rushed to the hospital immediately. However, in addition, the two other women from the other car also sustained injuries and have been admitted to MGM Hospital in Kamothe. The agencies located on the site are looking forward to determining the cause of the accident and the process to book the container driver is underway.
At the initial state, the vehicular movement on the Pune-bound lane was prevented to remove the damage caused by vehicles. At the moment, the traffic is normal in both directions. Furthermore, the details and information regarding the incident are suspected.
A similar accident that took place previously claimed that two people were injured after a 19-year-old college student allegedly rammed a Mercedes car that he was driving into another on the Bandra-Worli sea link situated in Mumbai itself.
The tragic incident took place on a Sunday morning after which the accused, Jay Bansode was arrested and charged. However, the accused person, Jay ran away from the spot but the police managed to pick him up with the help of the car’s registration number. On the basis of the available information, Bansode was arrested and charged with rash and negligent driving and other legal measures. The people who were injured were, Deepal Kasturi and Anjali Agarwal who were rushed to the hospital and were out of danger in a fortunate way. Thank you for being a patient reader.