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Old 11th September 2011, 22:05   #16
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Let us not come to conclusions that they were RACING . They could have gone to a casual rides ( like they do normally) and this one could have turned into tragedy .

If they were racing ,who they were racing with ? .Lots of questions only they can explain .Lets us not just sit and do guess work and put a blame on a person who is lying on hospital bed struggling for life and death .

Hope he recovers soon and RIP the other person :( .

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Azharuddin’s son dies in road accident

The Hindu : States / Andhra Pradesh : Azharuddin
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Azharuddin’s son dies in road accident

The Hindu : States / Andhra Pradesh : Azharuddin
Don't know how credible this is - they mention different ages of the victim within a few lines!
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News channels still maintain he is in critical condition.
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Ex-Cricketer Mohd Azaruddin's son Ayazuddin's Suzuki Gixxer crashed on the ORR. Adding him to the list of the ever increasing accidents at the ORR.

Isn't the ORR a No Entry zone for two wheelers?

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Former India captain and Congress MP Mohd. Azharuddin's younger son, Mohammed Ayazuddin, is battling for his life after he was critically wounded in a road accident at Puppalguda on the Outer Ring Road (ORR) on Sunday morning. Ayazuddin was driving a Suzuki high-power sports bike which skidded off the road. His cousin, Azmal-ur-Rahman, who was pillion-riding died while undergoing treatment, the police said.
Ayazuddin was returning from the Airport to Gachibowli, when the 1000 CC mobike skidded. Occupants of a couple of cars coming to the city from the airport witnessed the high speed accident and called in the police. A police patrol vehicle of Rayadurg station reached the accident spot within minutes.
As ambulance services were not available immediately, policemen rushed Ayazuddin and Azmal-ur-Rahman in their vehicle to Apollo Hospital in Jubilee Hills. Ayazuddin's father, Mohd. Azharuddin, who was in London is flying to Hyderabad and is expected to reach the city by midnight.
A hospital source said the unconscious youngsters were brought to the hospital by 9.30 a.m. with critical injuries. Ayazuddin suffered a cardiac arrest too. He sustained serious injuries on his chest and his kidneys were also damaged. He was put on ventilator and his blood pressure recordings were low. “The next six hours will be critical. The doctors are trying to keep him alive,” hospital sources said, indicating the seriousness of his condition.
Police officers who visited the scene of the ghastly accident surmised that the sports bike driven at a high speed must have skidded off at the toll gate structures on the ORR. Interestingly, the road at the toll gates was cemented and the bitumen stretch ended 100 yards away from the accident spot. This made police surmise that Ayazuddin would have lost control of the high-speed vehicle as it hit the cemented road and skidded.
Ayazuddin, a second-year undergraduate student in St. Mary's college is also an avid cricket player and was playing leagues on behalf of SBI. He was also playing for the MP Colts team in league matches. He was to play a league match with Sri Satya Sai Cricket club on Monday.
Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy and Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad visited Apollo Hospital to enquire about Ayazuddin's health condition. The Hyderabad MP, Asaduddin Owaisi, and cricketer VVS Laxman were among those who rushed to Apollo Hospital.
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Meanwhile, Ayazuddin underwent an emergency surgery at Apollo Hospital to stop bleeding in his chest. However, his condition continued to be critical and a multi-speciality team of doctors was closely monitoring his condition, a hospital bulletin said on Sunday night.
A medical bulletin said that Ayazuddin (19) and Ajmal-ur-Rehman (16) were brought to the Apollo Hospital at 9.35 a.m. Both of them were brought in a state of cardiac arrest.
A team of doctors worked on both of them. After about one-and-half hours Ajmal-ur-rehman could not be revived and was declared dead.
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Yet another Street racing tragedy - Mohd. Azharuddin's son involved

Already a thread exist. How about merging?
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There is a lot of speculation both in the media and on this thread going on.

I was coming back on the ORR at about 9:30 in the morning and saw the crash site. The bike was still parked on the hard shoulder and shards of the front fairing were still lying on the road. Also there was one of the pair of sneaker soaked in blood lying at crash site. Obviously someone was not dressed properly to ride a superbike.

As regards to the media, they always sensationalise news. Its become their standard response. In the Telugu channels it had become a Breaking News. The media really needs a watch dog to control their reporting standards.
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Very sad that one youngster has died. May he rest in peace.
Let us pray and hope that Azharuddin's son gets back to normal.

Meanwhile as we can only speculate on his health and the cause of the accident.
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Please wear a good helmet at all times when riding a bike.
If its a fast bike, an armored jacket and knee/ leg protection could make a lot of difference.
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Ayazuddin, the son of former Indian cricket captain Mohammad Azharuddin, passed away today, five days after being critically injured in a road accident. Apollo Hospital in Hyderabad confirmed the news of his death. Link.

May his soul rest in peace and may God give the family a lot of strength to bear this tragic loss.
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