Operations in Birmingham verified 33 taxis and private cars, and according to police sources had “unfortunate consequences.”
Of the 33 vehicles inspected, officers reported that the bumpers were half hung, the tires were below the legal minimum, the vehicle indicators (side repeaters) did not work and the suspension system failed. I discovered that
The operation was carried out by the Birmingham City Council, the West Midlands Police and the DVSA application.
Photos published by the West Midlands private police and taxi hiring show that a bumper was ruined. Another driver was hanging next to the front driver.
After a “miserable” accident involving six cars at the end of a Christmas night in Birmingham, six people died and seven were at risk. Doctors and family are still worried about them who survive in the accidents.
Three men were put out of the car and they get died at the same instant, and the seven seater car driver and his two travellers (men and women) died when the seven seater car lay down.
When police investigated whether the speed and adverse conditions of the road could have caused the accident, the West Midlands rescue team was “surprising” that the death toll was not too high.
A man and a woman escaped with minor injuries after an accident in an underpass south of downtown Birmingham, shortly after 1:00 a.m., Sunday.
The six formally recognized police officers were driving two of the six cars concerned in the collision.
Out of which the 4 people in a cab, 3 were died when they were put down onto the road, and the fourth leftovers in serious condition at Hospital.
The Ambulance Services declared that three more cars were involved in the accumulation when turning to avoid the first collision, but these occupants were not seriously injured.
One of the victims was named Imtiaz Mohammed, 33, a taxi driver who was supposedly a caring and diligent family man Sunday night.
Some 400 taxi drivers paid mark of respect to Mohammed when the news of his death spread to the area, where Mohammed stayed with his wife, 5 daughters and one son.
His father, Ictia Mohamed, 65, said: “He has been removed,” when police knocked on the door at 5 am Sunday. “As soon as I saw them, I knew something was wrong. I thought:” Which of my children is injured? ” I knew it “
Castle Cars of Birmingham, the employer of Mohammed, confirmed his death and added: “He was loved and respected by all who worked with him. Our opinion and request are with the family of Mohammed and in all other families exaggerated by this disaster.”
Detectives were doing search on Sunday if road circumstances were the reason of the accident at 11:11 a.m., eight hours after the sand. Temperatures fell below the freezing point and the fog reduced visibility during a catastrophic accident when many Christmas parties returned home on one of the busiest nights of the year.