Mumbai: 2 teens die after bike rams into bus in Kalamboli
Two teenagers succumbed to their injuries after the motorcycle they were riding, hit a state transport bus on Sunday morning. The incident took place near Kalamboli on Sion Panvel Highway
The bike involved in the accident
Two teenagers succumbed to their injuries after the motorcycle they were riding, hit a state transport bus on Sunday morning. The incident took place near Kalamboli on Sion Panvel Highway. Both the accident victims were declared dead on arrival at a local hospital.
According to the police, Farhan Naseem Shaikh, 18, and Harsh Mishra, 17, decided to go for a spin early on Sunday morning. Around 8.30 am, when they were heading towards Panvel, Farhan lost control of his motorcycle and hit a state transport bus. "The state transport bus had stopped near a bus stop to take passengers, when the duo rammed into it from behind," said an official.
The duo, who was grievously injured in the accident, collapsed immediately, said passers-by.
Ramdas Palve, assistant police inspector, Kalamboli police station said, "As soon as the accident took place, the boys were rushed to MGM Hospital, which is only a few metres away. But, the doctors declared them dead on arrival."
Based on eyewitness accounts, a case of rash driving and negligence was registered under sections of the Indian Penal Code and Motor Vehicle Act.
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