Techie lies bleeding on Pune road, passersby click photos

Techie lies bleeding on Pune road, passersby click photos

Pune: A 25-year-old software engineer, who was bleeding profusely after being shot in a strike accident, died because he did not receive the rapid help from passers-by on the corner from Indrayaninagar to Bhosari Wednesday night.

Surprisingly, the audience chose to record videos and click on the images of the accident rather than bring the engineer Satish Prabhakar Mete, hospital.

Kartikraj Kate, a dentist Bhosari who stopped to help Mete, took him to the Yashwantrao Chavan Memorial Hospital in Pimpri, where he was pronounced dead by the doctors. He only enters Aurangabad and lives and works in Moshi Bhosari.

Kate told TOI that she was going to her clinic in Bhosari around 18:30 Wednesday, when she noticed a crowd at the corner of Indrayaninagar. “When I slowed down, I saw a man who was seriously injured on the road. He was soaked in blood, but he was aware,” he said.

Kate said the man was bleeding profusely and his face was covered with a cloth. “He was moving his hands and legs, people gathered around him, some photographs clicked on the scene of the accident, while someone pulled out a video, but none of them were ready to help,” he said.

Kate then wrote down an autorickshaw. “There were passengers, but the driver was very helpful. He told them to disembark and the accident victim in his car,” he said.

Mete suffered severe head injuries and bleeding from the nose and ears. Kate noticed tire marks on her belly. On the way to the hospital, Kate tried to save the man’s life, giving cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Kate said,
“However, after a while, he stopped responding.

The doctors had an electrocardiogram to the hospital and declared dead. His life could have been saved if the spectators had taken him to the hospital immediately.
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Inspector Superior Bhimrao Shingade, Bhosari MDIC police station, told TOI that Mete was involved in a crash accident. People were asked to contact the police station from 020 to 27,130,003 if they noticed the vehicle registration number or if they have any information about it.

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