Pune Kalyani Nagar Porsche Incident: Retired Army Officials Assist in Crash Impact Assessment

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Pune, 12th June 2024: In the ongoing investigation of the Kalyani Nagar accident, police are meticulously examining the speed of the Porsche and its impact on the motorcycle involved. Recently, retired Army officials assisted the police in conducting a Crash Impact Assessment.

On 19th May in Pune’s Kalyani Nagar, a drunk minor speeding in his Porsche hit two young IT engineers on a motorcycle, resulting in their immediate deaths. This incident has led to numerous revelations. The Pune Police, under intense scrutiny, are virtually recreating the incident to understand its occurrence. They are assessing the speed of the Porsche at the time of the accident and the extent of the impact. The Porsche, now seized, is kept at the Yerawada Police Station where retired Army officials, in collaboration with the police, conducted the Crash Impact Assessment. The postmortem report of the victims was also reviewed.

The assessment revealed that, after the crash, the female passenger of the motorcycle was thrown 15-20 feet into the air before falling back onto the speeding Porsche. The police have received the Crash Impact Assessment report, which will be instrumental in court proceedings. They are working to expedite the court process and have requested the Department of Justice to assign a Special Public Prosecutor to the case.

The police are using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to virtually recreate the accident, incorporating reports and eyewitness accounts. AI experts from Bengaluru and Hyderabad are assisting in this effort.

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