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2 Techies Killed After 17-Year-Old Builder’s Son Rams Porsche Into Bike In Pune

Anis Awadhiya and Ashwini Costa lost their lives in a fatal motorcycle accident in Pune City’s

Two teenage software developers, one of them was a woman, lost their lives after their motorbike was struck from behind by a Porsche Taycan being driven by the 17-year-old son of a well-known city builder in Kalyani Nagar, Pune. At around 2:30 in the morning, the car collided with another car and a two-wheeler that was parked next a bar in Kalyani Nagar.

Aneesh Awadhia, 24, and Ashwini Koshta, 24, were the casualties identified by the Yerawada police. Both men passed away at the site. Both of them were Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, graduates with a degree in computer science engineering. They had attended a Pune engineering college and then worked for a software company.

“A bike rider and pillion were killed when a speeding Porsche car hit them from behind in the Kalyani Nagar area of Pune City last night,” said DCP Vijay Kumar Magar of the Pune City Police. The defendant has been taken into custody. A formal complaint has been filed.” He continued by saying that more inquiry is still underway and that the police are currently confirming the certificates to ascertain the age of the accused, who claims to be a juvenile.

The deceased were a member of a group of friends who were riding their motorcycles home after a party at a restaurant in Kalyani Nagar, according to the FIR. “The slain couple was riding a bike when a speeding, opulent car struck their vehicle at the Kalyani Nagar intersection. The two instantly passed away after falling off the bike. The car struck the pavement railings by the side of the road after knocking on the two, according to the FIR.

At Pune City Police’s Yerwaad Police Station, a minor has been charged with reckless and careless driving, causing harm by endangering the life or personal safety of others, and violating pertinent sections of the Maharashtra Motor Vehicle Act as well as IPC Sections 304A, 279, 337, 338, 427, and others. As the driver tried to get out of his totaled automobile, a number of individuals were seen attacking him on security camera footage from the collision.

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