Unfortunate incidents are a part of the daily routine on the Indian roads and this is yet another example of it.
A Bajaj Pulsar hA exploded in the middle of the street after it caught fire. Such unfortunate events are terrible to watch but there are valuable lessons to be learnt from them. For instance, these scenes are captured by the bystanders and highlight the one horrendous mistake by the bike handler which leads to total grave injuries to him. Here are the details of this bizarre scenario.
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Bajaj Pulsar Explodes Due To Fire
The details of this video clip are not known and the complete video has been taken down by YouTube due to graphic content. At the beginning of the video, a couple of people are seen pouring water on what looks like a Bajaj Pulsar NS125. Small flames are visible on one side of the motorcycle as well. However, nothing looks out of control or difficult to control. But the bystanders are heard shouting to open the fuel tank. Now, this proved to be the deciding mistake that made matters significantly worse. As soon as the person opens up the fuel tank, a huge explosion occurs and the entire bike is engulfed in the fire.
Unfortunately, the person who was handling the bike caught the flames and is heard shouting in agony. The people standing there could barely comprehend what was going on. When some of them came back to their senses, they started pouring water on the man and covering him up with what was lying around to put out the fire. However, it took a long time and the person just kept screaming in pain. Finally, the fire was put out and the police arrived at the scene. Other people also helped the man to get to his feet. He must have been taken to the hospital.
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This is a great lesson for everyone to never try to control the fire, especially by being so close to the burning vehicle. Petrol is an inflammable product and this should not be taken lightly. When you see fire, don’t try to cover it up with the fuel tank open. Instead, you should take cover and let the professional do their duty. It is better to sustain financial and material losses rather than compromising your own safety.