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Old 12th June 2008, 18:17   #826
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@manik: The bolero took it quite well, for a jeep that ROLLED DOWN a hillside!!!
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Old 12th June 2008, 23:37   #827
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Saw that Santro in the early hours on the 6th of June. That circle in the pic is the Sus-Pashan Road circle. Yea that Santro is badly hit, and surprisingly theres not even a single color scrape on that concrete circle. Case of drunken driving.
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Old 13th June 2008, 09:54   #828
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The Santro driver should be lucky that he just managed to ram into circle and not rear end any parked trucks or busses.
It took shock quite well and no brake marks indicate that he was either rallying with some or rallying with no one after drinking.

If the Bolero rolled down a hill, then, I appreciate that it has managed to take everything well.

Survivors must have appreciated Bolero.
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Old 13th June 2008, 15:18   #829
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Saw that Santro in the early hours on the 6th of June. That circle in the pic is the Sus-Pashan Road circle. Yea that Santro is badly hit, and surprisingly theres not even a single color scrape on that concrete circle. Case of drunken driving.
Ya that Pashan circle. I have seen the circle after the car was removed. There is surprisingly not a single sign of anything, forget so badly, hitting it. I guess it's been built by ARDE.
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This "RALLY" Santro hit the circle straight. Not even a effort to turn or brake! Notice absence of any brake marks...

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I was there after 5 minutes of accident. It happened ~7:00 AM in morning last Friday. Driver was run away(I could not see), no blood marks doors can be opned. I passed that spot 6:45AM and returned @7:10AM and saw this - 6 month old Santro!

there were tyre marks making full circle, This guy probably made full round started just from left of spot where it ended.

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Old 15th June 2008, 11:09   #831
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I captured this Mumbai Cab on my way to South Mumbai being towed away!
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Old 16th June 2008, 09:17   #832
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crucial bridge linking a famous Sikh shrine at Manikaran in Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh collapsed on Saturday morning, snapping the road link to the shrine.
The bailey bridge collapsed after a container truck tried to cross it despite the warning that the bridge could not take such a heavy load, police said.
Score of people were stuck as the truck was poised precariously atop the collapsed bridge till Saturday evening.
Manikaran is known for its hot springs of water with high sulphur concentration.



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Old 16th June 2008, 12:24   #833
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This truck was carrying a load of about 50 tonnes, whereas the bridge could handle only 15 tonnes.
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Old 16th June 2008, 16:49   #834
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saw these at VST motors workshop while getting my car repaired.

in the indica some engine parts were inside the compartment, i guess it hit tree or something at very high speed :(

second one is sumo .....
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thats some sane accidents really scarry,i hope there were no casualties..
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The bridge accident is purely because of negligence. The Indica engine parts inside the cabin should not have happened.
The Sumo has the worst wreck of all. I hope that people came out without serious injuries or casualties.
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Old 16th June 2008, 21:11   #837
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i dont think the car is an indica as the wheels are not indica and no v2 badge

hope no one was seriously injured and i think the sumo when under something
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i dont think the car is an indica as the wheels are not indica and no v2 badge

hope no one was seriously injured and i think the sumo when under something
The ORVM look like the Indica's dimpled ones. Also this could be a pre-V2 indica. Hence no V2 badging. The mirrors are body colored, so could be the highest end version of the Indica 2000.
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Old 16th June 2008, 22:54   #839
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The ORVM look like the Indica's dimpled ones. Also this could be a pre-V2 indica. Hence no V2 badging. The mirrors are body colored, so could be the highest end version of the Indica 2000.
but the rim and the rear bumper(look at the last pic more closely) tell me its a indigo as only indigo and tubro version come with 14" wheel
its doesn't have widebody kit so its a indigo

and the earlier model of the indigo had the same rvm
and look on the roof of the car the bumper of the car has fog lamps and the lx model of the indigo had them

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Default the very much new honda accord accident on mumbai pune express

was juss returning from pune with straight6 and a friend was very shock seeing the new honda accord banged from behind every badly asked the cops they were like the car was standing in fast lane of the express truck came went inside it they even told that on one was left all died....

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