Mumbai Accident: 3 Riding Triple-Seat On Scooter Killed After Collision With Dumper Truck On Parel Bridge

Mumbai Accident: 3 Riding Triple-Seat On Scooter Killed After Collision With Dumper Truck On Parel Bridge

The impact was severe, leading to the immediate death of three individuals whose identities are yet to be disclosed

Vishal SinghUpdated: Wednesday, January 17, 2024, 10:47 AM IST
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Mumbai: A horrific road accident took place on Parel flyover on Tuesday morning. There was a massive collision between a motorcycle and a dumper vehicle, resulting in the death of three people. The deceased included two girls and one boy. Police said that all three were going on triple seat and the rider was not wearing a helmet.

According to the information received from Bhoiwada Police, at 6.30 am on Tuesday, a bike came from the South on which three people were traveling. When this bike reached Parel flyover, it first collided with the divider, then hit the wall of the flyover and then collided with a dumper vehicle coming from the opposite side.

A police officer said that the driver of the dumper himself informed the police about the accident, after which they reached the spot. These three injured were taken to KEM Hospital where doctors declared them dead. The names of the deceased people are Tanish Patange (24), Renuka Tamarkar (24) and Nicole Dias (25).

One Of The Deceased Had Recently Come To Mumbai From Chandigarh

Tanish Patange lives in Punjabi Colony of Antop Hill and works in a call centre in Chandigarh. The police officer said that the bike was being driven by Patange. While talking to Free Press Journal, Patange's father Ashok said that Tanish had come to Mumbai in the last week of December and on Wednesday he had to go back to Chandigarh for which he had also booked the ticket.

Ashok told that on Monday night he went to sleep after having dinner and when he woke up in the morning, Tanish was not on the bed. Ashok told that he drives a taxi and he leaves at 6 in the morning by taking a taxi, so he left. Ashok told that he was in Vikhroli to drop a customer when an officer from Bhoiwada police station called him and asked him to come to KEM Hospital. When Ashok reached there, he was told that Tanish had died.

Ashok told that he did not know anything about who the two girls were with Tanish because Tanish never told him about his friends. Tanish's mother passed away four years ago. He has an elder sister and a younger brother.

Renuka Tamarkar, who was sitting on the bike with Tanish, died in this accident. Tamarakar lives in Mahim, her father has died. Police sources said that Tamarkar had left home on Monday saying that she was going to office. Police found his office identity card from Tamarkar which helped in identifying her. Police officer told that Tamarkar's mother is suffering from cancer.

Nicole Dias lives in Chira Bazaar and currently does not do any work. Dias's mother has died and while leaving the house, Dias told her father that Tamarkar's mother is unwell and she is going to see her. Police had found an ATM card from Dias on which her name was written. The police called the concerned bank obtained the address of Dias's house and informed the family members about it.

All 3 Deceased Were College Friends

A police officer said that all three of them studied in the same college and are friends. But there is no information about when and where these three met and where they were going. The bodies of these three have been sent to KEM hospital for post-mortem. Blood samples of these three have been taken.

The police officer said that an ADR has been registered in this case but the bike rider Patange was not wearing a helmet and was riding a triple seat, for this FIR can be registered against Patange.

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