Ferrari Crash: Girl Continues To Remain Critical

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Kolkata: Aashna Surana, the 17 years old girl who was riding in the Ferrari California T that had crashed on Sunday, continued to be critical but doctors have told the family that she had started responding to medicines.

The girl is in the ventilator in CMRI Hospital. The hospital authority has issued a statement, “The patient is still critical and is on life support system. A team of doctors and medical staff continue to provide the best clinical care to the patient and are keeping the family updated on all developments.”

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The family told that she responses when doctors called out her name. The 17 year old girl had gone for the Sunday morning joyride to a café on NH-6 as part of the seven premium sports car motorcade with his father Adarsh Surana driving their BMW i8. Aashna insisted on riding the Ferrari that day, and that car was driven by Shibaji Roy.

She is a student of Mahadevi Birla World Academy and had passed her CBSE exams with 95.6% marks. Media reports said the survivor Ashna Surana who was said to be in critical condition, is responding to treatment.

The car was travelling at a speed of 150 kmph when it collided into the divider. The impact of the crash was so bad that both air balloons had burst.

Shibaji roy, the young businessman from south Kolkata lost his life and his friend’s daughter was critically injured after the brand new Ferrari sports car he was driving, turned turtle and fell down from a flyover in Howrah on Sunday morning. Shibaji Roy was a resident of Trinagular Park off Rasbehari Avenue in Gariahat.

Shibaji was the director of M L Roy & Co Sanitations Pvt Ltd. Sibaji, who was passionate for cars, bought the sports car barely two months ago for `3.5 crores. His friends told that they used to take out for long drives on weekends on the outskirts of the city.

He already had around 10 luxurious cars which include Land Rover, Jaguar and Mercedes at home, they said. When they reached Pakuria flyover on National Highway 6 at Salap in Domjur area sometime after 10 am from Dankuni.

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