Accidents are the outcome of rash and negligent driving in nine out of the ten cases. Many have lost their lives due to their negligence and sometimes others also have to pay for it. Here is one such case in which three occupants of the Mahindra Jeep with Karnataka registration died instantly when their jeep collided head on with the Bolero pickup traveling in the opposite direction. The deadly incident took place in the wee hours of Sunday in Canacona. Read the complete report here.
[su_expand more_text=”READ MORE” less_text=” ” height=”0″ hide_less=”yes” link_style=”button” link_align=”center”] According to the news published by the local daily Navhind Times, Three occupants of the Mahindra Jeep bearing the registration number KA-21-5672 proceeding towards Karwar from Canacona died on the spot when their vehicle collided with the oncoming Bolero pick-up bearing registration number MH-09-CA-7040. This accident took place at Maxem in Canacona at 1.15 am on Sunday.
According to the police reports the driver of Mahindra Jeep, Pradeep Gawade lost the control of speeding Mahindra jeep which he was driving and collided with the oncoming Bolero resulting into the fatal injuries to all the occupants of the jeep. According to the sources, the jeep driver could not manage to maneuver the jeep on the sharp turn and dash against the Bolero pickup coming from the opposite throwing the occupants of the jeep on the road due to which they succumbed to their injuries on their way to CHC (Canacona Health Center). All the occupants of the jeep were residents of Karnataka said the report.
The names of those expired in this fatal accident are Chinappa Gowda (22), Charan Kushlappa Gowda (22), Sawashekar Gowda. While the rest of all seriously got injured in this accident are, driver Pradeep Gawde (21 ), Hitesh Gowda (20), Swami Gowda (21), Harshit Gowda (23), Sudip Gowda (18) and Sharath Gowda (20). Police have said that the bodies of the deceased are sent to GMC morgue for preservation. The Bolero pick-up driver Pranav Gaurav (25) a resident of Kolhapur escaped with minor injuries.
The police registered an offense against the Mahindra jeep driver Pradeep Gawde under Section 279, 337, 304 (A) of IPC and Section 192 (A) of MV Act PSI Prashal Desai is investigating the case under the supervision of PI Filomena Costa.
This is the perfect example of the negligence of driver that cost three lives and several injuries. Our law does not provide strict action in the accident cases and these culprits escape and get back on the roads to take more lives. If the punishments for this kind of accidents are considered to be 304 section of IPC then people might develop the fear of law and the same person will not be able to come back on the roads to take more lives of the innocent people. Please do leave your comment and suggestions on this issue.