Sevaks are coming to Guhagar taluk as Ganesh festival is coming after two days. Umrath Ghadewadis and servants of Marathwadi use ST from Borivali Agar to come to the village. was preserved. Jat Depot ST (MH 11 BL 9378) departs from Nalasopara Depot on Sunday evening. 42 Ganesha devotees including 6 small children from Borivali, Kandivali, Malad, Goregaon, Bandra Kalanagar, Yogeswari, Santacruz took this ST. He started coming to the cave. This bus was running from Marg Tamhanya via Baria Jamsud to Umrath. On Monday morning at 7.15 AM Jamsud Pimpar border ST. At the same time a private bus (No. MH 04 JU 8280) going towards Mumbai at high speed on the narrow road hit ST. After the collision, the driver of the private bus fled the spot with the vehicle.
Umrath’s Anvi Bharat Ghadre (age 3.5), Prem Bharat Ghadre (9), Samika Santosh Ghadre (12) and three children Bharat Arjun Ghadre (40), Prakash Pandurang Ghadre (42), Neeta Nandakumar Agre (32) were killed. Anand Dhaku Basankar (42), Ankita Eknath Ghade (45), Mahendra Mahadev Agre (36), Sandeep Sanjivan Pawar (43), Sonal Krishna Ghade (27), Kishori Krishna Kulye (29), Jyoti Prakash Ghade (29) were killed in the collision. 35) Priya Bharat Ghade (30) Pramila Krishna Ghade (55), Dhiraj Rajaram (30) were injured in the neck. All of them were immediately taken to the primary health center in Hedavi. Incharge Medical Officer Chandrakant Kadam and his team treated him. Passengers Neeta Agre, Sandeep Pawar, Anand Basankar were shifted to Ratnagiri District Hospital in 108 Ambulance for further treatment as teeth entered their lips.
As soon as the accident was reported, Guhagar Agra manager Vaibhav Pawar, employee Sandeep Vaidya, Tehsildar Mr. Pratibha Bharale, Former GP Member Mr. Netra Thakur, former sarpanch of Baraneswar Navneet Thakur visited Hedvi Primary Health Center and inquired about the injured.
EMERGENCY HELP OF ST
After this accident Guhagar ST. The Agar manager discussed with the seniors and immediately helped each injured Ganesha devotee with Rs.500. The villagers of Umrath thanked ST for this decision.
Police found the owner
The ST carrier and some passengers took photos of the overturned vehicle after hitting the ST. Based on that, Guhagarh police are looking for the owner of the private bus. The owner has been asked to appear at Guhagar police station with the accident bus by evening.