A biker from Rajasthan reportedly lost his life due to brain hemorrhage as bystanders failed to take off his helmet after a high-speed crash on his Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R Winter Test Edition. The accident took place on Wednesday near the World Trade Centre in Jaipur, Rajasthan. He was then rushed to Jaipuria Hospital where the doctors managed to cut-off the safety strap.
Rajasthan: Biker dies of brain hemorrhage as he couldn’t remove his helmet following a high-speed crash in Jaipur, one injured person admitted to hospital in critical condition. FIR registered pic.twitter.com/tRxuxYzySU
— ANI (@ANI) December 15, 2017
The deceased biker, as reported, has been identified as Rohit Singh Shekhawat, who worked as the sales manager at Jaguar Land Rover showroom, Jaipur. Shekhawat crashed while trying to avoid two pedestrians. The pedestrians involved in the crash were admitted to a hospital in critical condition.
What do you do if you were to witness an accident?
First step should always be to contact the Emergency Services. If the need arises to take the motorcycle helmet off the rider, here’s how you should do it:
What should be the next step for helmet designs?
Manufacturers are constantly developing safer helmets to save lives. One of the latest innovations in the field of helmet designs was the Vozz RS 1.0. The new helmet design features a hinged rear entry that abolishes the need for the conventional chin strap. Check out all the details of the new Vozz RS 1.0 Helmet in the video below: