Army forensic expert helps prepare Porsche car crash impact assessment report

This crash impact assessment was completed with the assistance of a retired Army officer who is an forensic expert. The report will help police to establish the impact of Porsche car, allegedly driven by the minor suspect, on the bike of victims involved in the accident with the injuries sustained by the two deceased IT professionals.
Kalyani Nagar Accident: The Porsche car involved in accident
Kalyani Nagar Accident: The Porsche car involved in accident

Pune: The Pune Police have conducted a technical assessment of the Kalyani Nagar accident, focusing on the Porsche car's speed at the time of the crash and the impact after hitting the two-wheeler of the victims.

This crash impact assessment was completed with the assistance of a retired Army officer who is an forensic expert. The report will help police to establish the impact of Porsche car, allegedly driven by the minor suspect, on the bike of victims involved in the accident with the injuries sustained by the two deceased IT professionals.

The car allegedly driven under the influence of alcohol by the 17-year-old son of a builder crashed into the bike in the early hours of May 19, killing IT professionals Anish Awadhiya and Ashwini Koshta in Kalyani Nagar area of Pune city.

The police have recreated the accident scenario to determine the car's speed at the time of the crash and the subsequent impact. A retired military officer examined the accident-damaged car, which was seized and held at the Yerawada police station. Through this analysis, the impact of both the vehicles on each other, the positioning of the car and the injuries sustained by the deceased have been correlated.

Additionally, the autopsy reports of the deceased computer engineer and his female companion were re-examined. It was found that after the collision, the female who was riding pillion was thrown 15 to 20 feet into the air and landed on the car's windshield.

The crash impact assessment report has been received by the police and will be used in court proceedings. Furthermore, the accident scene will be recreated using AI technology with the help of technical experts from Bengaluru and Hyderabad.

The Pune Police are working to expedite the trial of the Kalyani Nagar accident case in a fast-track court. They plan to request the appointment of a special public prosecutor from the law department.

Meanwhile the juvenile is currently in the juvenile home till June 25, while his parents are in police custody in connection with the alleged swapping of blood samples in an attempt to destroy evidence.

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