One person died and another was left seriously injured after a speeding car ran over two motorcycle-borne riding on the wrong side on Pune-Nashik highway. According to the CCTV footage, the accident took place on July 17 around 6:45 pm near Santwadi gate on Pune-Nashik highway. The video shows the two men on bike coming from the wrong side on the busy highway being run over by a speeding car.
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In the ongoing death case of Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry, a team of Mercedes experts from Hong Kong has arrived at Mercedes showroom in Thane to inspect the controversial car crash. The team will submit a report to the Mercedes Benz Company, following the inspection. On September 4, Mistry along with three others, was travelling from Ahmedabad to Mumbai in car. The road accident left two dead.
Former South African international umpire Rudi Koertzen died in a tragic accident, confirmed his son Koertzen Jr. On August 9, Koertzen went for a golf tournament with his friends, when their car crashed near a town called Riversdale. Rudi Koertzen is survived by his wife and four children. Furthermore, he started in early 1990s-2010, and umpired 397 games, including 128 Test matches, 250 ODIs, and 19 T20-Internationals.
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A 28-year-old man was killed and three others were wounded when a speeding car swerved onto the pavement in Bengaluru on May 20. Rudrappa alias Suresh Kumar, of Bellur village in Shivamogga district, has been identified as the dead. The force of the collision threw one of them into the air, while another was trapped between two automobiles. The authorities assume the accident was caused by lack of sleep.
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Tesla has been sued for Rs 5.7 lakh by a Chinese woman after her Model 3 car crashed in China's Zhengzhou, allegedly due to faulty brakes, back in February. The woman claimed that the debacle with the car has caused "mental anguish and emotional distress" to her and that the accident could have killed her father. Reportedly, she came into limelight after her crash-protest at the recently-concluded Shanghai auto show.
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk on April 19 released a statement over the Tesla car accident, wherein two passengers died after the car allegedly crashed during an auto-pilot mode. In his tweet, Musk said, "Data logs recovered so far show Autopilot was not enabled & this car did not purchase FSD (Full Self-driving)." Musk also clarified that standard autopilot needs active lane lines, which the street in question did not have.
Two men were reported dead on April 18 after a Tesla vehicle, suspected to be on auto-pilot mode, crashed into a tree and caught the fire north of Houston. According to police, one victim was found sitting on front passenger seat while the other was in rear seat. About the confirmation of the car being driver-less, Harris County constable Mark Herman said, "We're almost 99.9 per cent sure".