In yet another mishap, a double-decker Brihanmumbai Electricity Supply and Transport (BEST) bus rammed into an overhead railing near Kalina University in Mumbai’s Santacruz area on Tuesday afternoon.
The bus was reportedly travelling from Bandra to Kalina via Western Express Highway when the driver crashed into the overhead guardrail near the university. The vehicle came to a halt few feet after hitting the height restriction barrier.
The iron railing tore into the bus’ roof, causing it to break and come right off.
Eye-witnesses speculate that the driver might have been unaware of the newly erected barrier. Poor visibility due to the incessant rainfall might have also played a part.
No person has been reported injured due to the incident and the bus has been moved to the side of the road as of publishing this report.
Other Incidents Today:
A major mishap was reported in Andheri, where a part of the road over bridge collapsed early morning. The incident affected services on the Western line and left at least six persons injured.
A fire broke out at Trade World building, located at Kamala Mills compound in Lower Parel. The blaze was brought under control with the help of two fire tenders and did not result in any casualties.
A fire broke out at an under construction ticket window at Mira Road railway station. The thick cloud of smoke sparked panic among commuters, but the blaze was finally brought under control without any loss of life or injury.Back to latest news