According to police, the pick-up van, which was moving at a high speed, was carrying nine passengers. The driver and a passenger died, while the rest eight were injured. Six of them were admitted to the CNMCH, while two were released after first aid. Five of the injured are residents of Hasnabad in South 24 Parganas.
Drivers with ADHD also experienced higher rates of specific crash types, including driving with passengers, at-fault-, single vehicle-, injury- and alcohol-related crashes, the last risk being 109 per cent higher than those without ADHD.