Tragic Lift Crash in Greater Noida: Eight Lives Lost, Investigation and FIR Launched Against 10 Individuals
In a tragic incident at an under-construction building of the Amrapali Housing Society in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, a lift plummeted from the 14th floor, resulting in significant casualties. The latest updates reveal that the death toll has risen to eight individuals, as four more people succumbed to their injuries. Initially, four fatalities were reported following the catastrophic lift crash.
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After the incident, immediate rescue operations were initiated at the site. Police swiftly responded to the lift collapse, rushing the injured individuals to nearby hospitals, with five of them in critical condition. District Magistrate Manish Verma of Gautam Buddh Nagar confirmed the launch of an investigation into the incident to ascertain the circumstances that led to the tragedy.
NBCC, by no standards, is the greatest of Project Managers. They are only bothered with their monopoly status on Govt projects. Why aren’t heads rolling in NBCC?
Noida lift crash: Death toll rises to eight as four more people succumb to injuries
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The unfortunate event unfolded at approximately 8:30 am at the construction site of the Amrapali Dream Valley society. Additional DCP (Central Noida) Rajeev Dixit disclosed that the service lift had fallen from a harrowing height of the 14th floor, resulting in this devastating accident. The authorities are actively probing the causes behind this horrifying incident to prevent such mishaps in the future and ensure the safety of construction sites and their workers.
FIR against 10 people
According to ANI, an FIR has been filed against 10 individuals, including Harish Sharma and Rishabh Arora, both GMs at Girdhari Lal Constructions, along with Lovejeet, Vikas, Aditya Chandra, Rahul, Devendra Sharma, Sunil, Shailendra, and other officials. The FIR, registered at Bisrakh Police Station, cites multiple sections under the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act 2013, including 304, 308, 337, 338, 287, and 34.
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