Man dies in hit and run at Ambernath

Hindustan Times ST (Mumbai) - HT Navi Mumbai Live - - NAVI MUMBAI - Arvind Walmiki arvind.walmiki@hin­dus­tan­

A 40-year-old man died in a hit-and-run case on Kalyan-Bad­la­pur road on Fri­day.

The po­lice are yet to as­cer­tain the man’s iden­tity and are look­ing for his fam­ily mem­bers.

On Fri­day around 5am, the man was cross­ing the road near DMC cor­ner, when a four-wheeler ve­hi­cle hit him and fled from the spot.

Nilesh Dhu­mal, in­ves­ti­ga­tion of­fi­cer, said, “The driver ran away from the spot in­stead of tak­ing the in­jured to hos­pi­tal. The place where ac­ci­dent took place is iso­lated and there are no stalls or shops.”

“There are no CCTV cam­eras in­stalled in the area which has made it dif­fi­cult for us to trace the ac­cused.”

The po­lice saw car tyre marks near the spot and hence con­cluded that he was hit by a four-wheeler ve­hi­cle.

The po­lice found a gen­eral class rail­way ticket from Kalyan to Hazrat Niza­mud­din rail­way sta­tion in Delhi from the man. The date of jour­ney was next week.

Dhu­mal said, “We cir­cu­lated his photo among the lo­cals but it seems that he is not from Ambernath or nearby ar­eas. We have sent the body to the civil hos­pi­tal.


A 24-year-old man died in a road ac­ci­dent on Sat­ur­day at Ambernath.

The man, iden­ti­fied as Atul Prakash Farad, 24, was a res­i­dent of Pim­poli vil­lage in Ambernath, and used to work at a pri­vate firm. On Sat­ur­day, Farad was head­ing to­wards Ambernath from Dom­bivli through Bad­la­pur road near Khoni vil­lage in his car. He lost con­trol and hit a di­vider near Ekvira Dhaba and turned tur­tle. Farad sus­tained mul­ti­ple in­juries on his body.

“We took Farad to the civil hos­pi­tal. He was de­clared dead on ar­rival,” a po­lice of­fi­cer from Man­pada po­lice sta­tion said. “We have reg­is­tered a case against Farad as he was speed­ing. He was booked un­der sec­tion 304a, 279, 337 and 338 of the IPC and Mo­tor Ve­hi­cles Act,” he added.

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