Sunday, July 14, 2024
Advertisement
  1. You Are At:
  2. News
  3. Delhi
  4. Delhi: Audi driver loses control, rams vehicle into two rickshaw pullers, one dies

Delhi: Audi driver loses control, rams vehicle into two rickshaw pullers, one dies

The accused driver has been sent for medical examination. In initial examination, no alcohol was not detected in his breath. However, a blood sample has been sent for forensic examination to the FSL for further examination.

Reported By : Abhay Parashar Edited By : Shubham Bajpai
New Delhi
Published on: June 09, 2024 21:41 IST
Audi driver hits two in Delhi, one dies
Image Source : INDIA TV Representative Image

A tragic accident occurred at the main gate of Ramjas College on Sunday when a white Audi Q3, driven by Virendra Mehta, a lawyer residing in Mukherjee Nagar, lost control and struck two rickshaw pullers who were seated on a bench. The incident took place at 1:16 PM, prompting a swift response from the police.

Upon receiving a PCR call regarding the accident, the investigating officer arrived at the scene and found the Audi in a damaged state. The victims, identified as Govind Sarkar, aged 45, and Ashok, were immediately rushed to Hindu Rao Hospital for medical examination. Due to the severity of his injuries, Govind was later referred to LNJP Hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries during treatment. Govind Sarkar, a resident of Mukundpur, was a rickshaw driver.

The police took the accused driver, Virendra Mehta, aged 56, for a medical examination. Initial reports from the hospital indicated that alcohol was not detected in his breath. However, a blood sample has been sent for forensic examination to the FSL (Forensic Science Laboratory) fur further and detailed examination.

Legal action is being pursued against Mehta, who is currently under investigation. The police have stated that necessary steps will be taken following the completion of the medical and forensic reports.

ALSO READ | Pune Porsche car crash: Teen driver's father, grandfather to be booked in abetment to suicide case

Advertisement

Read all the Breaking News Live on indiatvnews.com and Get Latest English News & Updates from Delhi

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement