Kerala woman killed after crashing into bank's glass door


Kochi: In a tragic incident, a woman lost her life after crashing into a glass door at a bank in Perumbavoor of Kerala's Ernakulam on Monday. CCTV images of the incident showing the victim, Beena Noby (46), of Chelakkatt House in Koovappady, meeting with the accident have now been released.

Beena had reached the bank on a two-wheeler and parked it outside before entering the building. However, as soon as she entered the bank Beena remembered that she had not taken the key of the two-wheeler and rushed outside. However, in her desperation, Beena did not notice the closed glass door of the bank branch and collided with it.

Following the crash, the glass shattered and a large splinter pierced Beena’s abdomen. A severely injured and bleeding Beena managed to get up but was thoroughly exhausted. Bank staff helped her to a nearby chair and tried to take her to hospital but she had died by then.

Perumbavoor police, who were informed by the bank authorities about the incident, soon reached the spot and shifted Beena’s body to Perumbavoor Taluk Hospital. A case of unnatural death has been registered in connection with the incident.

Beena ran an electrical shop at Koovappady along with her husband Noby. Apart from Noby, Beena is survived by three children.

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