The tragic news of the death of a 20-year-old girl in a Mumbai high rise building has sent shock waves across the city. The incident took place on Wednesday when the lift in the building crashed while the girl was inside it. According to reports, the lift suddenly dropped and came to an abrupt halt at a lower level, resulting in her death.The girl, identified as Sonawane, was a resident of the building and had gone to the terrace to collect some items.
When she was returning, she got stuck in the lift which suddenly crashed. The police were called immediately and they rushed to the spot and tried to rescue her. However, it was too late as she had already passed away due to the impact of the crash.The police have registered a case of accidental death and are currently investigating further into it. The incident has raised several questions about safety standards in residential buildings and lifts. It is believed that poor maintenance of lifts may have led to this tragedy. The incident has sparked outrage among locals, who have called for an investigation into the safety standards of the building. The lift had been inspected just days before the accident and had been deemed safe for use.
However, it is believed that a faulty component may have caused the lift to malfunction and crashThe family of the deceased girl has also filed a complaint against the building owners, alleging negligence on their part. The family of Sonawane is now demanding justice for her death and have asked for an investigation into the incident so that similar tragedies can be avoided in future. They have also requested that appropriate action should be taken against those responsible for her death. In view of this tragedy, it is important that safety standards are maintained in residential buildings and lifts should be regularly checked for any faults or malfunctions.
Many buildings are not up to code and lack basic safety measures such as emergency exits and fire alarms. It is hoped that this tragedy will serve as a wake-up call for authorities to take action and ensure that all buildings are safe for use. This will ensure that such tragedies do not occur again and people can safely use lifts without any fear or danger.