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Old 16th September 2011, 13:00   #9226
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Former Indian cricket captain Mohammed Azharuddin's son Ayazuddin passes away

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Mohd. Ayazuddin succumbed to his injuries five days after the crash!

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Ayazuddin, son of former cricketer and Moradabad MP Mohammad Azharuddin, passed away on Friday, five days after being critically injured in a road accident in Hyderabad. Mohammed Ayazuddin, 19, was critically injured in a motorbike accident on the outskirts of Hyderabad on Sunday. A Suzuki GSX-R1000 sports bike he was riding on the outer ring road, where riding two-wheelers is banned, skidded and crashed near the tollgate at Poppalguda.
Ayazuddin responded to resuscitation and was later operated on to stop the bleeding in his chest. His kidneys were also damaged.
Rahman, who was riding pillion, died while undergoing treatment. He was the son of Azharuddin’s sister and the grandson of former Rajya Sabha MP from Andhra Pradesh Khaleel-ur-Rahman.
Witnesses told the police the rider was racing at a very high speed on the elevated outer ring road and lost control of the bike.
Commuters on the route alerted the police and a patrol vehicle from a nearby police station arrived soon. The police team failed to get an ambulance and had to take the profusely bleeding cousins in their patrol vehicle to the hospital, losing an hour in the process.
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this is ridiculous!! people don't come installed with brains these days??
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saw this Xylo crashed this morning on the Channadandra main (corner of 3rd Main) road as i was heading to office this morning. there is a S-curve in that area. looks like a overtaking or rash driving gone bad.
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it is a private vehicle.

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this is ridiculous!! people don't come installed with brains these days??
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I saw something similar too.
A comment by someone,"Riding so fast, putting others at risk, these kind deserve to die".

Boss, no-one "deserves" to die.
not even people who put up such comments.
However, they do need to be taken as far away from humans, and marooned.
just so that, that kind of poison can be kept in check.

poor kid, yaar.
and poor azharuddin.
no matter what, he was the father.
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poor kid, yaar.
and poor azharuddin.
no matter what, he was the father.
+1, no person whosoever it is should have to go through this pain of seeing their offspring suffer so much pain and ultimately pass on.

May God give Azhar (and the rest of the family) the strength to pull through this. May Ayaz rest in peace.
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This was taken at Thamarassery Churam ( wayanad-Calicut ghat section) ..

It was a head on with another truck on a hairpin curve
Doesnt seem like a head-on with a truck rather something smaller or a side impact. The axle deformation shows impact on the left side. This guy seems be in the wrong lane due to his body length. any injured? any reports?

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Wow, seriously?
you came here to say that?
kudos, john!
No was joking sonny .
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Doesnt seem like a head-on with a truck rather something smaller or a side impact. The axle deformation shows impact on the left side. This guy seems be in the wrong lane due to his body length. any injured? any reports?
This is an old snap. Don't remember more details. It had created a pile up while i was driving down. Bystanders told it was a head on.
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it is a tragic incident indeed, no one should die in that way and at that age.
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We have sympathy for a life. Its still a 16 year old kid who died. Still a father. He made a mistake, he suffered. And if you expect everyone to lose a child for fixing some game for money, think hard about it.

Everyone of us have bribed at one time or another, be it for passport or drivers license or even the routine cop stops.

There may be someone here who is absolutely true and pure. I solute them. But i can gaurantee most of us have consciously or unconsciouly given or taken bribe or done something as bad as fixing a game.

Kasab lives happily in prison. He killed my brothers, my sisters. Yet match fixing seems to impact your life this much, makes me feel really sad.
Surely it's a sad incident and may God give courage to Azhar and his family and his son's soul RIP.

However I would not relate to any celebrity or particular person, but I generally don't have any sympathy for parents who let their under age kids drive because 95% of the time this results in such kids running over other people on the road or crash into some truck/lorry for which the other people have to suffer their entire life for no mistake of theirs.
Hope it turns out to be a lesson for all the big wigs who often get away when their vehicles run over poor people on the road with their influence as power and money cannot get them everything.
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It will not affect the rich people much. They may not buy superbikes for their kids, that's all. They will want their children to be safe, so they will gift them luxury vehicles. The rich people know very well how to get their kids out of trouble when these kids mow down innocent people.
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It was raining heavily throughout yesterday and saw this at Thalayolaparambu in the Kottayam Ernakulam section. An Indica cab and an Ape autorikshaw collided. One thing to be noted is that almost all Apes are driven by apes.
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One thing to be noted is that almost all Apes are driven by apes.
Hilllarious!!! I nearly fell off chair laughing.
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A pic of Ayazuddin and his Gixxer which crashed and resulted in his death. Got from a mutual friend.

Lets pray for his soul to rest in peace!
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^^^ A tragic loss of life.
And an avoidable one at that.
May his soul rest in peace.

Such powerful bikes running on weak infrastructure like ours is like letting a bull run wild in a porcelain shop.
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