Cyrus Mistry Death The Mercedes SUV that crashed and killed former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry in Palghar, Maharashtra, on Sunday had a history of rushing and leaping alarms, according to an inquiry following the incident.
A review of the vehicle’s driving history turned up several traffic infractions, including instances of rushing and running the pink light. Who was driving at the time of those offences is unknown, though.
Accidentally, Mr. Mistry and three other passengers were travelling from Gujarat’s Udwada to Mumbai. The car was being driven by renowned Mumbai gynaecologist Dr. Anahita Pandole. Darius Pandole, her husband, was seated in the front passenger seat. At the back of the room were Mr. Mistry and Jehangir Pandole, Darius Pandole’s brother.
According to eyewitnesses, the car was attempting to overtake another vehicle at a high rate of speed when it crashed into the roadway divider on a bridge over the Surya river.
Both Mr. Mistry and Jehnagir Pandole passed away instantly. According to a thorough autopsy, the 54-year-old experienced polytrauma, which is when a person experiences multiple injuries to critical internal organs, as well as head and heart injuries.
Serious accidents are currently being treated by Darius and Dr. Anahita Pandole.
The fact that Mr. Mistry and Jehangir Pandole were not using seat belts during the collision has prompted reports to raise concerns about traffic safety.
Automobile airbags are designated as Supplemental Restraint Systems (SRS) since they only function in conjunction with seat belts. In India, few passengers fasten their seatbelts in the back.