The police said that they had taken the accused into custody.

Accident near Hyderabads Hitec City kills one as BMW rams into bike
news Accident Monday, November 25, 2019 - 13:27

A BMW car rammed into a bike and killed one in the early hours of Monday near Hitec City. This comes as Hyderabad is still reeling from the major accident ion its IT corridor, where a car fell off a flyover killing one.

In the most recent incident, a woman travelling pillion on the bike was also injured. The deceased, identified as Abhishek Anand, and the woman who received injuries, were working with MNCs in the area.

The woman, who sustained serious injuries, was rushed to a hospital nearby.

The police said that they had taken the accused into custody and a case would be registered soon. Media reports suggest that the BMW car was being driven on the wrong side of the road.

Earlier this week, a speeding car lost control atop the newly-inaugurated Biodiversity flyover and rammed into the divider, before flying off the bridge. The vehicle hit three people who were waiting at an auto stand, crushing and killing a woman named Satyaveni, who was with her daughter. A few others were injured.

On Sunday, the Cyberabad police had filed a case against Krishna Milan Rao Kalvakuntla, the driver of the car.

Milan survived the fall after the car's airbags deployed.  He is currently being treated at a private hospital for scalpel laceration (blunt injury on the head) and multiple abrasions and a fracture. 

This was the second accident to take place on the flyover within 2 weeks of the flyover’s inauguration. The 990-meter long flyover is a one-way, and begins at the DivyaSree Orion SEZ and ends after the Biodiversity Junction, heading towards IKEA. It is part of the state government's Strategic Road Development Programme (SRDP) and was constructed at a cost of Rs 69.47 crore.


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