Cyrus Mistry's Car Accident: Data chip to be sent to car manufacturer to detect any mechanical fault, say Police
According to sources, the car manufacturer company has informed the Palghar police that the data recorder chip of the vehicle will be sent to Germany for decoding. Read details on Dynamite News
Palghar: After the industrialist and former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry died in a road accident in Palghar in Maharashtra, Police asked the car manufacturer company why the airbags in the ill-fated SUV did not open at the time of the accident.
Several other questions Police asked the car manufacturer company include, "Why do not the airbags open? Was there any mechanical fault in the vehicle? What was the brake fluid of the car? What was the tire pressure?"
Police said that these vehicles come out of the plant only after proper testing. "In such a situation, what is the report of the collision impact of the manufacturer's investigation? Was the steering locked after the collision?" Police asked the car manufacturer. The car manufacturer team will submit the answers to all these questions in its report.
According to sources, the car manufacturer company has informed the Palghar police that the data recorder chip of the vehicle will be sent to Germany for decoding and after decoding from Germany, detailed information about the SUV will be made available to the police.
Only after the detail information is received by the car manufacturer company, Police would be able to establish the real causes of the mishap.
Well-known industrialist and former Tata Sons chairman Mistry died in a road accident near Mumbai on Sunday evening. According to Palghar Police, Mistry was travelling from Ahmedabad to Mumbai when his car hit the divider. There were four people in the car. Two died on the spot, including Mistry, while the other two were injured.
Cyrus Mistry was cremated in Mumbai on Tuesday. (with ANI inputs)