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Cyrus Mistry died of head, heart injuries, says Initial Autopsy

Cyrus Mistry, and  his friend Jahangir Pandole died on the spot after their speeding car hit a divider on a bridge on the Surya river on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad National Highway in Maharashtra’s Palghar district.

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New Delhi: The last rites of former Chairman of Tata Sons, Cyrus Mistry, was performed today at Worli crematorium in Mumbai. He was 54. Cyrus Mistry, who was killed in a car accident last Sunday suffered injuries to his head and heart and had polytrauma according to the primary post-mortem report.

The final report is expected to be out in next two days, this will also specify the exact cause of death.

According to media reports, over eight samples were taken from Cyrus Mistry’s body and the entire post-mortem was captured in the camera. Also, the viscera samples have been preserved.

Cyrus Mistry, and  his friend Jahangir Pandole died on the spot after their speeding car hit a divider on a bridge on the Surya river on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad National Highway in Maharashtra’s Palghar district.

Other two who was travelling with him was Darius Pandole, and wife Anahita Pandole, who was driving the car, had suffered injuries and are currently under treatment at Mumbai’s Sir HN Reliance Foundation and Research Centre Hospital.

CCTV footage of the Mercedes car in which the businessman was travelling has been obtained by the Palghar police. In the video, the car can be seen passing through the Dapchari check post.

The police also said that both Mistry and  Jahangir Pandole was seated in the rear and was not wearing seat belts. The police also said that Mistry was not wearing a seat belt and must have been thrown in front at great velocity once the speeding car crashed into a divider. According to a preliminary probe, over-speeding and “error of judgement” by the driver had caused the fatal accident, a police official said.

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