Vishal Sanjay Varma : 18-year-old pillion rider, pedestrian killed in Mumbai mishaps

By | February 13, 2024

– “18-year-old pillion rider killed in separate mishaps”
– “Pedestrian killed in separate mishaps, aged 18”.

By Trend News Line 2024-02-13 09:09:53.

Tragic Mishaps Claim Lives of 18-Year-Old Pillion Rider and Pedestrian in Ulhasnagar

In two separate incidents that occurred last week, Ulhasnagar witnessed the loss of two lives in tragic road accidents. An 18-year-old pillion rider and a 42-year-old woman pedestrian lost their lives in these unfortunate mishaps.

The first incident took place on Friday when an 18-year-old named Vishal Sanjay Varma was riding pillion on a bike. The bike lost control, hit the road divider, and skidded for approximately 100 meters along Ambernath road. Tragically, Vishal Varma lost his life in the accident, while the bike rider, Taha Shaikh, sustained serious injuries.

Vishal Varma and Taha Shaikh, both residents of Ulhasnagar, were traveling from Ambernath to Ulhasnagar when the accident occurred at Marine Road in Ambernath around 9.45 pm. CCTV footage of the accident, which went viral, showed the bike colliding with the divider and skidding.

A passerby promptly alerted the police and rushed both the injured individuals to Central Hospital. Unfortunately, Vishal Varma was declared dead before admission, while Taha Shaikh was transferred to another hospital for further treatment due to the severity of his injuries. After conducting a post-mortem, Vishal Varma’s body was handed over to his grieving family for the last rites.

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The Shivaji Nagar police in Ambernath registered a case against Taha Shaikh under sections 304(A) (causing death by negligence), 279 (rash and driving), 337 (causing hurt by act endangering life or personal safety of others), 338 (causing grievous hurt by act endangering life or personal safety of others) of the Indian Penal Code, along with the relevant sections of the Motor Vehicle Act.

In another tragic incident, a 42-year-old woman named Suchita alias Shubhangi Manish Bajaj lost her life after being hit by an unidentified vehicle on the Nawali-Amberbath road in Dawalpada area. She was crossing the road to dump garbage at around 7.00 AM on Thursday when the accident occurred. Bajaj suffered severe injuries to her head, hands, and legs and was pronounced dead upon arrival at a nearby hospital.

The Hill Line police in Ulhasnagar registered a case against the unidentified vehicle’s driver under sections 304(A) (causing death by negligence) and 279 (rash and driving) of the Indian Penal Code, along with the relevant sections of the Motor Vehicle Act.

These incidents serve as a tragic reminder of the importance of road safety and responsible driving. The loss of young Vishal Varma and Suchita Bajaj has left the community in grief, urging authorities to take stricter measures to ensure the safety of both pedestrians and riders..

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