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Monday, November 28, 2022
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Indian Billionaire tycoon’s car meets with an accident on Sea Link.

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A red coloured Ferrari SF90 had rammed into the divider on the Bandra Worli Sea link on wee hours of Friday. According to the sources this exotic car belongs to India’s billionaire business tycoon Mukesh Ambani. The identity of the person behind the wheels is yet to be ascertained.

According to the witnesses, this Ferrari was racing towards worli at a very high speed when it lost control suddenly and rammed into the divider on the sea link. There was an escort along with the vehicle who immediately rushed into action and pulled out the survivors from the car and whisked them away to safety within no time. The damaged vehicle was later towed away after the cops arrived on the scene.

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” The sports car was very badly damaged and the person sitting inside would have definitely been injured. There was a lady among the two survivors, ” says a witness at the toll both.
The cops at the Bandra police station confirmed the accident but refused to divulge in further details. Interestingly the inveatigating officer has proceeded on a three day leave and his phone was also switched off.

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Suspicions are high that one of the Ambani Bahu’s could be present inside the vehicle. Both Shloka Ambani and the to be bahu Radhika Merchant were seen attending a diwali bash at the renowned fashion designer Manish Malhotra’s home on Thursday night. The party went up to beyond past midnight.

Both the ladies had arrived in a white Rolls Royce but are said to be left in a different vehicle. It is not clear if one of them was present inside the Ferrari or not.

The vehicle is registered in the name of some Wow Motors but is often seen in the Ambani’s fleet. Anant Ambani is often seen cruising around the city in this exotic vehicle.
A senior official from Mumbai traffic police confirmed the accident but said,” We have no jurisdiction on sea link. When the accident happened it was the MSRDC people who attended the survivors. Local police is handling the case”.

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