Cyrus Mistry accident: Anahita Pandole undergoes surgery

Mistry and his friend Jahangir Pandole were killed after their car hit a road divider on a bridge in Palghar

September 15, 2022 01:13 pm | Updated 01:13 pm IST - Mumbai

Wreckage of the Mercedes car in which businessman and former Tata Sons Chairman Cyrus Mistry was travelling when it met with an accident in Palghar on Sept. 4, 2022. Mistry, 54, died in the accident.

Wreckage of the Mercedes car in which businessman and former Tata Sons Chairman Cyrus Mistry was travelling when it met with an accident in Palghar on Sept. 4, 2022. Mistry, 54, died in the accident. | Photo Credit: PTI

Dr. Anahita Pandole, who survived the car accident in which former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry died earlier this month, underwent a pelvic surgery at a private hospital here on Thursday.

Anahita and her husband Darius Pandole are undergoing treatment at Sir H.N. Reliance Foundation Hospital in the city following the September 4 accident in neighbouring Palghar district.

“Dr. Anahita Pandole has been operated on today for pelvic reconstruction by an expert team of doctors at Sir H.N. Reliance Foundation Hospital. Given the complex pelvic fracture, multiple opinions of various experts around the world were also taken including doctors from USA, UK, Europe and more,” said Dr. Tarang Gianchandani, hospital CEO, in a statement.

Dr. Peter V. Giannoudis, chairman of the Academic Department of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Leeds, was flown in for providing expert advice, the statement added.

Mistry (54) and his friend Jahangir Pandole were killed after their car hit a road divider on a bridge on the Surya River in Palghar district.

Anahita Pandole (55) who was at the wheel and her husband Darius (60) suffered injuries.

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