A well known gynecologist in Mumbai was driving the automotive which crashed on a street divider on Sunday, killing former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry and one other occupant of the car, police mentioned.
Main data means that the automotive was over dashing and tried to overhaul one other car from the improper facet (from the left), a police official instructed PTI.
The gynecologist, Anahita Pandole (55), and her husband Darius Pandole (60) survived the crash, whereas Mistry (54) and Jahangir Pandole, brother of Darius, have been killed within the accident, which occurred round 3 pm, about 120 km from Mumbai, the official mentioned.
Mistry and Jahangir have been within the backseat, the official mentioned. Darius was within the the entrance seat with Anahita, who was on the wheel, he mentioned.
“A girl was driving the automotive and tried to overhaul one other car from left facet, however misplaced management and crashed into the street divider,” an eyewitness mentioned.
The eyewitness, who works in a roadside storage, instructed a Marathi TV channel: “We rushed to the accident spot however didn’t contact the car or the inured individuals.
“In 10 minutes, assist got here and two injured individuals have been pulled out from the automotive and shifted by an ambulance to hospital. The opposite two have been useless,” he mentioned.
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