Ahmedabad’s Shivranjani crash injures 2, car overturns | Ahmedabad News

AHMEDABAD: Barely 100m from where a woman was crushed by the car driven by Parv Shah with two others injured, another accident was witnessed when a speeding compact car turned turtle after colliding with the BRTS corridor railing.
The two friends in the car suffered injuries and were rushed to the hospital. Police identified them as Yash Shah and his cousin Tirth.
N division traffic police inspector B B Vaghela said the accident took place at 2.30am on Friday and they have registered a case of negligent driving and are investigating further. The cops said at about 2.30am, Yash, who
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Family members remember loved ones lost in deadly crash on Hwy 41

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) – Evansville Police say the driver of the pick-up truck involved in a deadly crash Monday on Highway 41 will be charged with three counts of reckless homicide.

They say 42-year-old Damon Busby, of Henderson, ran a red light at Riverside Drive and was speeding when he crashed into the back of an SUV that was stopped at Highway 41 and Covert intersection.

Damon Busby(Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office)

Sgt. Winsett says there is dashcam video showing Busby speeding.

“It is hard because a lot of the measurements they take is from the skid marks,” said Sgt.

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Ferrari discover that Leclerc’s engine was ‘irreparably damaged’ in the multi-car crash in Hungary

Leclerc was one of several drivers who crashed out on the opening lap of the Hungarian Grand Prix

Ferrari have discovered that Charles Leclerc’s power-unit was “irreparably damaged” in the first-corner pile-up at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Leclerc was hit from behind by Lance Stroll’s Aston Martin, becoming one of several drivers to retire at the first corner.

Drivers are restricted to three power-units over the course of the 2021 season.

Going over the limit automatically incurs a 10-place grid penalty.

Ferrari said in a statement that Leclerc was now almost certain to receive grid penalties later this season for

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Galax first responders find engine 40 feet away from car, no driver at scene of Monday crash

GALAX, Va. (WFXR) — First responders from Galax had quite a shock Monday night when they arrived at the scene of a “violent” crash and found an engine completely separated from the vehicle, but no driver.

According to the , crews were dispatched to the single-vehicle crash at Pipers Gap and Shepherds Place at approximately 9:45 p.m. on Monday, July 5.

The shocking pictures shared by the department on Facebook show the vehicle completely totaled. In addition, crews reportedly found the engine 40 feet away from the vehicle.

However, investigations and searches by personnel from Galax and

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Car rolls into oncoming traffic during crash on I-17 in Phoenix

PHOENIX — The southbound lanes of I-17 have reopened since a crash involving multiple cars in Phoenix sent one vehicle onto oncoming traffic on the highway.

The first collision happened at the intersection of I-17 and Indian School Road and caused one of the two vehicles to roll over into southbound traffic, DPS said. 

The crash included five vehicles. One vehicle caught fire, officials said.

An 18-year-old girl was transported to the hospital in critical condition. A man was also transported, but officials said that he is currently stable. 

This is a developing story. 12 News will update as more

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1 killed, 1 seriously injured in 3-vehicle Fort Myers crash


A woman was killed and another seriously injured in a three-vehicle crash in Fort Myers Thursday afternoon.

An SUV driven by a 65-year-old woman from Hampshire, Illinois, with an 83-year-old woman from Saint Charles, Illinois, as passenger, was traveling east in the left turn lane of Cypress Lake Drive, approaching Overlook Drive around 5:05 p.m. A car driven by a 74-year-old North Fort Myers woman and a second SUV driven by a 39-year-old Fort Myers man were traveling west on Cypress Lake Drive. The first SUV made a left turn into the path of the other

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Tesla owner in fiery Texas crash was initially driving car

The owner of a Tesla Inc. Model S that slammed into a tree last month, who died along with a passenger, was behind the wheel when the car left his house shortly before the crash.

A surveillance camera at the driver’s home in a Houston suburb captured the owner entering the driver’s seat before the car slowly drove away and accelerated, the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board said in a preliminary report Monday.

Police had initially said it appeared that nobody was behind the wheel. The driver’s body was found in the back seat and another person was in the

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Tesla Model S in Crash Couldn’t Have Been Using Autopilot

  • The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released a preliminary report in its investigation into the fatal crash of a Tesla Model S in April near Houston.
  • The report states that when the car started, security video shows the owner in the driver’s seat. Reports at the time of the April 17 accident were that the seat was empty after the car crashed.
  • The NTSB also tested a similar Model S on the same road and found Autopilot could not have been in effect at that place. The government group said that the Autopilot technology onboard needed both Traffic Aware
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Emergency workers had to cut drivers out of their vehicles after three-car crash in Mansfield

Emergency workers were called to the A60 junction with Leeming Lane, between Mansfield Woodhouse and Spion Kop at around 11am on February 25 after a road traffic collision involving three cars.

The road was initially closed in both directions, as fire and rescue workers cut open the top of one vehicle involved in the crash to free passengers trapped inside, but it was reopened at 1pm.

Two people were taken to hospital but in a tweet, group manager at Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service Matt Reavill said “thankfully casualties conditions don’t appear too serious at this time”.

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