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Old 6th July 2009, 17:53   #2731
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Did somebody saw SX4 shattered at the Exit of Signature Tower flyover Gurgaon, on the Sector 14 side. It was pretty bad. could not take the pics
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Old 6th July 2009, 20:28   #2732
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I saw the white sx4 laying on the side of the road, near the exit of signature tower flyover, sector-14 side on Sunday evening, passenger cabin completely crushed. No idea how it happened.
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Old 7th July 2009, 12:54   #2733
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Boy - o - Boy so many accidents in Delhi. I saw a Smashed SX4 which collided with an Innova into a swift advertisement right in front of signature towers but this was about 7 months back.

Just rememeberd this accident after reading these messages
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Old 8th July 2009, 00:33   #2734
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This accident a few days back from Wayanad (Kerala). I was standing along with my Dad in front of the gate of our site at Lakidi, Wayanad. I saw this Verna passing at a speed around 70kmph. Suddenly heard a loud noice & then we ran to the side we heard sound. We saw this Verna had an head on collision with an inter-city bus & the lost control & hit on an electrical post.

Accident occured when the Verna guy tried to avoid an fallen tree due to heavy rain. He took the car to wrong side without considering the bus on opposite side. He broke his leg-bone & the co-driver also had some bad brokes.

We took those guys to nearest hospital putting them in a taxi jeep.
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Old 8th July 2009, 11:56   #2735
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thats bad, rains + night = Need to be EXTRA careful in terms of driving. who can forget that Volvo crash near Blore (or Mlore) where infosys guys lost their lives.
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thats bad, rains + night = Need to be EXTRA careful in terms of driving. who can forget that Volvo crash near Blore (or Mlore) where infosys guys lost their lives.
The Volvo crash in which some infy guys lost their lives was at Nippani, along the KA-MH Border. The one that happened near Mangalore was a different one, and in that five 'normal people' lost their lives.
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@hanmust: Sad to see the pics, but admire your being a helpful guy! Congrats and keep it up.

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Old 8th July 2009, 13:10   #2738
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M800 - Flying Stop?

This is one example of losing your concentration while driving .....
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Looks like the M800 was side swiped or it hit something to veer off on the divider.
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Looks like the M800 was side swiped or it hit something to veer off on the divider.
agree. that defenitely seems to be the case. The M800 must have tried to veer of a vehicle ahead but not managing to do so quite cleanly and ended up in the pavement.
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Old 8th July 2009, 14:23   #2741
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The M800 did not notice the car in the front braking for the right turn. Buy the time the driver noticed, it was too late and hence the result. The extent of damage the the distance on divider it covered indicates that the M800 was at a good speed. This road and teh right turn is well known and usually cars are careful.
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The M800 did not notice the car in the front braking for the right turn. Buy the time the driver noticed, it was too late and hence the result. The extent of damage the the distance on divider it covered indicates that the M800 was at a good speed. This road and teh right turn is well known and usually cars are careful.
I blame the person ahead of 800, for not using using Indicator!
(assuming he didnt use the indicator)
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Old 8th July 2009, 16:11   #2743
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Analysis Paralysis!

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The M800 did not notice the car in the front braking for the right turn. Buy the time the driver noticed, it was too late and hence the result. The extent of damage the the distance on divider it covered indicates that the M800 was at a good speed. This road and teh right turn is well known and usually cars are careful.
Wow! Thats some serious analysis. You must have the accident played out frame by frame in your mind!

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I blame the person ahead of 800, for not using using Indicator!
(assuming he didnt use the indicator)
You're assuming someone did something and then blaming him for it?
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Old 8th July 2009, 16:15   #2744
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Wow! Thats some serious analysis. You must have the accident played out frame by frame in your mind!
From the feel I get from @Exhaustnote's post, I think he reported first hand on the sequence of events that happened.
I don't think there is an assumption here.
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Old 8th July 2009, 16:31   #2745
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Chillax!

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From the feel I get from @Exhaustnote's post, I think he reported first hand on the sequence of events that happened.
I don't think there is an assumption here.
Relax, buddy. Why get hyper over trivial leg pulling? See my post again. The assumption bit was meant for Aerohit, not exahustnote. Secondly, its evident that exahustnote wasn't present first person when the accident happened, else he wouldnt have "indicated" that the 800 was at good speed.
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