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Objet : RSOE EDIS – Event Report – Vehicle Accident : Tamhini Ghat, State of Maharasthra, India, Asia
Importance : Haute
RSOE Emergency and Disaster Information Service, Budapest, Hungary
April 28th 2019 03:59 AM – Vehicle Accident – VI-20190428-67654-IND
A bus carrying 26 people from Pune to Konkan for a trip tumbled down Tamhini Ghat in the wee hours of Saturday. The accident happened after the private bus’s driver lost control, leading to two casualties and leaving 24 others injured. The trip was arranged by Pune-based families who were on their way to Konkan and left the city on Saturday night around 12 am and had planned to visit a couple of towns and villages in Konkan. However, they could not continue the journey forward after the unfortunate incident took place at around 2:30 am. The two identified deceased Sanjeevani Nivrutti Sathe and Y Pathak died immediately after their bodies were thrown out of the bus while it skids down from a small bridge in Tamhini Ghat. The driver is severely injured and the cops have not found his identity card or his details yet. The remaining injured persons were rescued about half an hour after the accident by the Paud Gaon police station officials and were admitted across several primary health centers in and around Mulshi. Paud police station’s Police Inspector Ashok Dhumal said, "The accident didn’t come to light for quite some time as it was dark and that area is secluded. We rushed to the spot immediately after we were informed about the same by a local source and while the bodies have been sent for post mortem, the rest of the family members are in a traumatic situation and are not in a condition to give any kind of details. It seemed like a big family that was going for their annual trip and the unfortunate incident has really saddened the family." Most of the families were residing in Aundh and Baner and around 6-7 different families were traveling together which included the Kales, Pathaks, Sathes, and Pawars.
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