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Cyrus Mistry suffered head injury due to accident: Doctor

Former Tata Sons Chairman Cyrus Mistry, who died in a road accident near Mumbai on Sunday, received a head injury when his car rammed into the divider, said the doctor who attended him after he was brought to a government hospital in Kasa, according to news agency ANI.

Dr. Shubham Singh informed that two patients were brought to the hospital on Sunday including Cyrus Mistry and Jahangir Dinhsa Pandol.

“Both the patients were brought dead here. The locals told us that Cyrus Mistry died on the spot, while Jahangir was alive. However, he died during the transit. We declared him dead around 5 pm,” Dr. Singh told ANI.

“The second ambulance came with the other two patients after 10 minutes. They both had injuries and were given first aid treatment. Later, they were shifted to a higher center and their relatives shifted them to Rainbow hospital, from where they were airlifted to Mumbai,” he added.

The doctor further informed that the postmortem had to be done in the government hospital where Cyrus Mistry was brought after the accident, however, they received a call from the district collector to shift the deceased to JJ Hospital for ‘expert opinion’.

“He (Cyrus Mistry) had a head injury and Jahangir Dinsha had a left leg fracture and head injury. We received a call from the district collector and SP that they have to be shifted to JJ Hospital for expert opinion,” Dr. Shubham said.

Mistry was travelling from Ahmedabad to Mumbai in a Mercedes car and met with an accident at the Gujarat-Maharashtra border. His mortal remains are being taken to Mumbai and the vehicle involved in accident is being inspected by the police officials.

Police informed that he was accompanied by three other passengers including an eminent gynaecologist who was behind the wheel. Dr Anahita Pandole, her husband Darius Pandole and Darius’s brother Jehangir Pandole were travelling in the car.

They had visited the Iranshah Atash Behram at Udvada in the morning which is first of the eight fire temples of the Zoroastrian religion in the country.

At the time of accident, Dr Pandole is believed to have been behind the wheel. Along with Mistry, Jehangir also died in the accident that took place on a bridge on the Surya river.


(With ANI inputs)











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