The car was travelling at an excessive rate of speed when Cyrus Mistry was killed, according to the police, and the driver lost control while attempting to pass another vehicle from the left side.
A preliminary police investigation revealed that the former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry was driving a luxury car that was overspeeding and neither of them was wearing a seat belt when the vehicle crashed into a wall, killing both Mistry and Jahangir Pandole. The automobile travelled 20 kilometres in just 9 minutes after passing through the Charoti checkpoint in Palghar. The checkpoint’s CCTV footage was reviewed, according to the police, at around 2:21 p.m. According to authorities, who were quoted by PTI, the accident happened at around 2.30 p.m. as the Mercedes was on a bridge over the Surya river, 20 kilometres from the checkpoint. According to the report, this demonstrates that the car travelled this distance in only nine minutes. Anahita Pandole, the driver, has also been accused of making a poor decision.
The inquiry into the vehicle accident that killed Cyrus Mistry has just released these new findings.
- According to the doctor who treated Cyrus Mistry and Jahangir Dinsha Pandole, Jahangir Dinsha Pandol passed away in the car while Cyrus Mistry was brought in dead.
2. Jahangir Dinsha, Anahita Pandole’s brother, sustained a brain injury in addition to a left leg fracture. Cyrus Mistry also suffered a head injury.
3. Jahangir and Cyrus were sitting in the backseats together. The Motor Vehicles Act mandates that passengers in front-facing back seats must always buckle up.
4. A gynaecologist from Mumbai named Anahita Pandole was behind the wheel. The car was travelling too fast when she collided with a traffic divider on the Surya river bridge. The car was attempting to pass another vehicle from the left side, according to an eyewitness, but it lost control.
5. The couple in the front seats, Anahita and her husband Darius, suffered critical injuries and are currently receiving medical attention.
6. Anahita and Darirus will probably be sent to a hospital in Mumbai this morning. After the incident, they were sent to a private hospital in Vapi, Gujarat.
7. The driver and the passenger in the front seat are thought to have been saved by the airbags.
8. Photos of the Mercedes following the collision reveal that the back side of the vehicle was not damaged.