Mercedes’ big statement on the death of former Tata Sons chairman, know what the company said
Mercedes-Benz India on Tuesday said it is fully cooperating with the authorities in the investigation into the car accident that led to the death of former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry.
All the people were in Mercedes’ SUV model GLC 220d. (Representational Image)
Luxury car maker Mercedes-Benz India on Tuesday said it is fully cooperating with the authorities in the investigation into the car accident that led to the death of former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry. Mistry and his friend Jahangir Pandole were killed in a car accident in Palghar, Maharashtra on Sunday afternoon. Two other people were also seriously injured in the accident. All the people were in Mercedes’ SUV model GLC 220d.
Doing all necessary help in investigation: Mercedes
Mistry was cremated in Mumbai on Tuesday. He was cremated at an electric crematorium located in Worli area of â€‹â€‹Mumbai.
Mercedes said in a statement that it is providing all necessary assistance in the investigation related to the accident. The company said that as a responsible brand that respects the privacy of its customers, our team is doing all possible cooperation with the authorities. He said that if necessary, we will provide necessary information directly to the investigating officers. Mercedes further said that it will continue its efforts to raise awareness about road safety by equipping its vehicles with the latest safety features and technologies.
Deeply saddened by Mistry’s untimely demise: Mercedes
The company said that we are deeply saddened by the untimely demise of Cyrus Mistry and Jehangir Pandole in an unfortunate road accident. With this, we are also happy to hear about the recovery of Anahita Pandole and Darius Pandole. He told that we wish him a speedy recovery. Prior to this, a team of the company has collected the data of the vehicle which was the victim of the accident. Further analysis will be done on the basis of these.
Inspector General of Police, Konkan region Sanjay Mohite told PTI that the air pressure and brake fluid level in the tire of the accident car would also be checked. He said that this would give a clear idea about the cause of the accident. In the initial investigation, police officials had said that Mistry’s Mercedes car was running at a very high speed at the time of the accident. Apart from this, Mistry and Jahangir sitting in the back seat were not even wearing seat belts.
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