Luxury carmaker Mercedes on Thursday presented their test report to the Palghar Police and talked about the mishap that killed the previous Goodbye Children executive, Cyrus Mistry. The organisation said the vehicle was going at 100 kilometres per hour (kmph) five seconds before the mishap. The Local Vehicle Office (RTO) additionally presented their essential report to the police. Cyrus Mistry was inside a Mercedes-Benz vehicle with three others when the driver, Anahita Pandole, failed to keep a grip on the vehicle and smashed it into a street divider.
Cyrus Mistry and Jahangir Pandole, who died in the mishap, were in the back seats when the accident occurred. In the meantime, Anahita Pandole, who was driving the vehicle, and Darius Pandole, who was sitting in the front seat, endured wounds in the accident and were taken to a confidential medical clinic for additional therapy. In its report, Mercedes-Benz said that five seconds before the mishap occurred, the speed of the vehicle was 100 kilometres per hour (kmph). The speed boiled down to 89 kmph after Anahita applied the brakes and the impact occurred, said the organization.
The police found out if Anahita applied the brakes while the vehicle was driving at a speed of 100 kmph or whether she applied them before that. It additionally asked how often the brake was applied. To accumulate additional data, the Mercedes organisation will take the vehicle involved in the mishap to its display area on September 12. A group from Hong Kong will come to review the vehicle and will give a nitty-gritty report. The group from Hong Kong has applied for a visa, and on the off chance that it doesn’t come in the next 48 hours, at that point, a group from India will examine the vehicle and make a definite report.