Chevrolet Sail Diesel catches fire, Youth drive died trapped in fire
For all the carmakers, this piece is alarming news to get your car parts checked thoroughly before any delivery of the vehicle. The recent news state that a 42-years old man died as his two months old diesel-run Chevrolet Sail car caught fire on the Surajkund-Pali Road in Faridabad
It is very sad to mention that due to the fierce fire, the victim couldn’t get out of the Chevrolet diesel vehicle and was burnt alive. The victim, identified as, Hardev, a resident of the Hirapur village in Faridabad was trapped inside the car and died before the fire brigade was called to control the fire.
Police believe short-circuit could have triggered the fire, which jammed the central locking system of the car and Driver Hardev trapped Inside. The victim, was living on rent in Sector 14, Faridabad. He was on his way to Gurgaon from Faridabad through the Pali road when the incident took place about 8.30pm on Tuesday, said a police officer investigating the case.
We did not see any CNG kit and it seems the car was run on diesel,” cops said.
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Faulty mechanism of Chevrolet Sail diesel took youth driver life
Giving a set back to the family of the deceased, it is very sad to know that car makers (known like Chevrolet) these days are hardly giving importance to life, but ultimately putting all their efforts in minting money by selling the several models in a year.
With the several recalls happening in our country on a regular basis sets the right example that the faulty parts are related somewhere to the wrong mechanism system. Hence, it is an appeal to all the automakers of the country to please look into the mechanism thoroughly before creating any vehicle. Because at the end, is the customer who suffers or probably leads to injury or death. For sure, the value of life is more than the value of the car.