Mercedes Benz Report: Luxury car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz has submitted the first report to the police in the case of the death of industrialist Cyrus Mistry in a road accident in Palghar on Sunday. The spokesperson of Mercedes said that Mistry’s car was traveling at a speed of 100 km per hour before the accident. 5 seconds before hitting the divider, Anahita Pandole had applied the brake.
The speed of the car after applying the brake was 89 km during which the car collided with the divider. A team of Mercedes experts from Hong Kong is coming to India. On September 12, the team can examine the car to find out the cause of the accident. The company has sent the chip embedded in Necar to Germany for analysis. The RTO has also given its report to the Palghar police.
4 Air Bags were open in the car p>
SP Balasaheb Patil said that four airbags of the car were open at the time of the accident. Three of these airbags opened on the driver Dr. Anahita’s side, while one of Darius, who was sitting on the second seat, also opened. The doctor and her husband are hospitalized. Cyrus Mistry and Jehangir Pandole, former chairman of Tata Group, who were sitting in the back seats of the car, died.
What does Mercedes have to say
Mercedes said in its statement, "We respect customer privacy and will only share our investigation with the authorities, we are co-operating with them as far as possible and further information will be sent directly to the authorities as required.
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