Three killed in separate Mumbai road accidents

Three killed in separate Mumbai road accidents
Three killed in separate Mumbai road accidents
Three killed in separate Mumbai road accidents
Three killed in separate Mumbai road accidents

Three killed in separate Mumbai road accidents

Three killed in separate Mumbai road accidents

Three killed in separate Mumbai road accidents

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], May 27 (ANI): Three people died in three separate road accidents in Mumbai on Sunday. The accidents took place in Vikhroli, Khar, and Powai areas of Mumbai, police said.

In the first incident at Khar, a youth (27) riding a bike died after being hit by a speeding car at Neelam Foodland Junction in the Khar area of Mumbai. The deceased rider has been identified as Virendra Singh, police said.

The accused identified as Pramila Khumbachandani was arrested by Khar police after registering a case under section 279 (Rash driving), 304A (Causing death by negligence) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). Virendra was taken to the nearest government hospital for treatment.

However, he succumbed to his injuries, police said.In another incident, a mini truck hit a bike in the Vikhroli area of Mumbai, killing a 29-year-old in the accident. The Vikhroli police registered a case against Baliram Chhotulal Yadav under sections 279, 304 A, and other sections of the IPC and arrested him.In the third incident, a bike collided with a dumper truck at the Powai Jogeshwari-Vikhroli Link Road in Mumbai.

The two-wheeler rider identified as Atul Kharose died in the accident. The Powai police registered a case against the driver of the dumper truck, Ramzan Nadaf, and arrested him.Earlier on Sunday, an elderly woman died after she was hit by a speeding car allegedly being driven by a doctor at Sion Hospital in central Mumbai.

The deceased has been identified as Zubaida Sheikh. She was suffering from diabetes and was admitted to the Sion Hospital for the last two weeks. She was discharged from the hospital just a week ago and started visiting for follow-up. (ANI)

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by VoM News staff and is published from syndicated feed)

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