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MUMBAI: A 42-year-old lady, who was jogging, died on the spot just after a speeding vehicle hit her at the Worli Sea Face early on Sunday morning.
According to the police the accident took spot close to Worli Milk Dairy at about six.30am.
The lady has been identified as Rajalaxmi Ram Krishnan, a resident of Dadar Matunga region.
According to the eye witnesses, the accident’s effect was so extreme that the lady was thrown away a number of feet up in the air and died due to significant head injuries.
Rajalaxmi was the CEO of a technologies organization. She was a fitness freak and standard runner. Rajalakshmi was amongst the jogger’s group from Shivaji park and the group frequently does jogging on Sundays.
Her husband, who is also a runner, had reached Shivaji park when he got a get in touch with from the police and his wife’s colleague that his wife has met with an accident and asked him to come to Worli.
She was taken to the nearby Podar hospital exactly where she was declared dead. Rajalaxmi was the CEO of a technologies organization.
Preeti Sompura, a journalist, who was witness to the incident, mentioned that the nearby men and women caught the driver and handed him to the Worli police.
The driver of the electric Tata Nexon vehicle was identified as Sumer Merchant (23), a resident of Tardeo. Sumer along with his buddy had been going towards Shivaji Park to drop their female buddy when the accident took spot.
Merchant who has been booked by the Worli police below many sections will be made prior to the vacation court in Dadar.
The witnesses told police that the vehicle was at a pretty higher speed.
The police are however to determine on the IPC sections and have sent him for a health-related test to verify irrespective of whether he was below the influence of alcohol.
Sumer told police that he lost manage of the automobile and hit the divider prior to hitting the lady.
“We will strictly go by the eyewitnesses accounts as properly the CCTV footages and his blood samples have been collected and additional investigations are underway,” mentioned a police officer.