Watch CCTV footage Mumbai: 2-men died while saving a bird on the road, hit by a taxi on Sea Link
In an accident on Mumbai's Bandra Worli Sea Link, one person died on the spot while one injured succumbed to his injuries during treatment. This incident was captured on the CCTV camera.Author : Rohit Gupta
In an accident on Mumbai's Bandra Worli Sea Link, one person died on the spot while one injured succumbed to his injuries during treatment. This incident was captured on the CCTV camera. A heart-wrenching video of this incident has surfaced. Mumbai's Worli police station has registered a case in this matter and started an investigation. The incident is said to be old.
According to the information, a taxi hit two people on the Bandra Worli Sea Link in Mumbai. It can be seen in the video that after hitting the taxi, both the people jumped in the air and fell away. In this accident, Amar Manish Jariwala died on the spot while the other injured also died in the hospital during treatment.
It is said that Amar Manish Jariwala was very sensitive about animals and birds and this sensitivity became fatal for him. Amar had stopped the car on the Bandra Worli Sea Link to save an eagle that was injured by his car. Amar Manish Jariwala stopped his car and along with driver Shyam Sundar Kamat got down to save the eagle.
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Amar and his driver had gotten down when a taxi coming in the other lane hit them. The collision of the taxi was so strong that both Amar and the driver Shyam Sundar jumped in the air and fell on the road after overtaking the taxi. Amar Manish Jariwala died on the spot while the seriously injured driver died during treatment at the hospital.
After the CCTV footage of the incident surfaced, now the police of Worli police station registered a case against the taxi driver who hit him. It is said that Amar Manish Jariwala lived in a society located on PNC Road. He was going to Malad for some work. Amar had chosen the sea link route to reach Malad.
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