Tragedy in Hyderabad: Fast automobile loses control, kills mother and daughter, injures two more.
In the early hours of Tuesday, a 19-year-old driver of a speeding car drove over and killed three women who were out on an early-morning walk on Suncity Main Road in Narsingi. A third woman is fighting for her life at a private hospital while two people, a mother and daughter pair, were crushed in the crash after being thrown in the air and into an electric pole.
On the outskirts of Hyderabad, at Bandlaguda Jagir, close to Sun City, the incident happened around six in the morning.
The dead, Anuradha, 45, and her daughter, Mamatha, 25, were Lakshmi Nagar residents who frequently took morning walks along the Hydershakote Bandlaguda stretch. The injured guy and woman are being treated at a private hospital. The Third woman has been identified as Kavitha.
Two nearby CCTV cameras captured the accident, and footage of it has already gone trending on social media. The owner of the car has been caught, and the police are still investigating the incident.
The media clippings demonstrate that the car, which was travelling at a high rate of speed, was unable to make a curve and lost control before striking the woman. The vehicle slammed into a tree after knocking the three walkers off the ground.
Two 19-year-olds have been arrested following the tragic death.
The car’s driver, Mohammed Bin Qadri, a BBA student, attempted to flee after leaving his wrecked car, but someone watching caught him and turned him over to the police.
The Narsingi police inspector confirmed the arrest of the First-year BBA student Mohammed Badi Uddai Khadri, who was operating the vehicle and lives in Shanti Nagar. The owner of the car is the second accused, Rehman.
To celebrate Khadri’s birthday, Rehman and three other friends were travelling to a farmhouse. Khadri was not drunk, according to the police.
The CCTV film also showed that there was sand on the road, which caused a dust screen and might have made it difficult for cars to see on Bandlaguda X Road.
Qadri and his three friends’ lives were saved by the simultaneous expulsion of air balloons inside their automobile. A dragger and a pair of pants were found in a bag that was taken from the automobile. Currently, in police custody, Qadri was charged with culpable homicide. Additionally, the authorities have stated they will file charges against the owner of the vehicle. The accident’s footage has become extremely viral.
This unfortunate incident serves as an alarming instance of the dangers of careless driving and the need of following traffic laws.
The local community sincerely desires Malavika’s recovery and justice for the victims as they mourn the deaths of Anuradha and Mamatha.