NEWS 19 ‘black spots’ in accidents found in Pune city claim most lives: Loksatta report

19 'black spots' in accidents found in Pune city claim most lives: Loksatta report

19 districts in Pune city have reportedly become ‘black spots’ with the highest number of accident fatalities Losata. Most of the accidents occurred on Nagar Road and Mumbai-Bangalore Bypass, as well as Katraj and Hadapsar areas.

According to the norms set by the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) and the Roads Council of India, the 500-meter road area where five or more fatal or serious injury accidents occur within a three-year period is referred to as a ‘black spot’.

According to statistics, as of the end of November, at least 293 people were killed in accidents across the city, and the number of deaths in two-wheeler accidents across the city is also increasing. Losata Report.

As of the end of November this year, a total of 43 accidents occurred on the Solapur road, and 46 people were killed. At least 31 people were killed in the accident in the Wagholi and Lonikand areas of the city road. Katraj and the Mumbai-Bangalore bypass also saw a high number of accidents. The areas of Lonikand and Loni Kalabhor near Pune city have been subsumed under the Pune police station due to the high number of reported accidents.

Last November, a 48-vehicle chain accident injured at least 20 people and damaged more than 20 vehicles. Only 10 days later, on December 1, Another accident in Narhe Navale bridge area At least seven people were injured and a truck collided with a pickup truck.Nine serious accidents have been reported in the Navale bridge area on the Mumbai-Bangalore bypass in the past week Losata.

As many as 31 people were killed in 108 accidents reported at the “black spot” in the Navale Bridge area over the past five years, according to Pune police figures.

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