Mumbai, A crew of Mercedes-Benz officers from Hong Kong arrived in Mumbai on Monday to examine the automotive which crashed final week killing former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry and his pal and injuring two different occupants, a police officer stated. “A team of three experts has landed in Mumbai from Hong Kong. They will start the inspection work on Tuesday in the presence of police officers,” Palghar Superintendent of Police Balasaheb Patil instructed PTI.
The crew members are technical specialists of their fields, he stated, including that the automotive concerned within the highway accident is saved on the Mercedes Benz unit in Thane.
The crew will submit a report back to the Mercedes Benz firm.
“The final report with all findings about the car accident will be submitted to the police by the car company after a couple of days,” stated one other official.
Mistry (54) and his pal Jahangir Pandole had been killed on September 4 when their Mercedes automotive hit a highway divider on a bridge in Palghar district neighbouring Mumbai. Two different automotive occupants, Anahita Pandole (55), who was on the wheel, and her husband Darius Pandole (60) suffered accidents and had been admitted to a non-public hospital in Mumbai.
The brakes of the Mercedes automotive carrying Mistry and three others had been utilized 5 seconds earlier than it crashed, the posh carmaker had stated in its interim report submitted to the Palghar police final week.
Prima facie investigation advised dashing and “error of judgement” by the driving force (Anahita Pandole) brought on the automotive crash.