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Caught on camera, speeding car evades signal, hits another before flipping multiple times
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Caught on camera, speeding car evades signal, hits another before flipping multiple times

| @indiablooms | 07 Jun 2024, 12:55 am

Hyderabad/IBNS: Dramatic CCTV footage capturing an accident between two cars at a busy intersection in Hyderabad has surfaced online showing a collision between a speeding black Kia Carens, which was attempting to jump a red light, and a white Toyota Innova Hycross.

Following the crash, the Kia Carens could be seen flipping multiple times over after contact.  However, no one received any grave injury.

The accident took place near Secunderabad Club on Thursday.

The 40-second clip shows the Kia Carens speeding to make the traffic light.

When it attempts to cross the junction, the Innova makes contact with its door, causing the Kia to lose control. The Kia then flips multiple times and then eventually comes to a stop.

A traffic police constable and locals rushed to the rescue of the people who were trapped in the car and pulled them out safely.

The driver and passenger sustained minor injuries and were taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.

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