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Head constable injured after PCR van hits his motorcycle

New Delhi: A Delhi Police head constable was today critically injured after being hit allegedly by a police control room (PCR) van that was attending to an emergency call on another accident in North Avenue

PTI PTI Updated on: December 24, 2014 22:35 IST
head constable injured after pcr van hits his motorcycle
head constable injured after pcr van hits his motorcycle

New Delhi: A Delhi Police head constable was today critically injured after being hit allegedly by a police control room (PCR) van that was attending to an emergency call on another accident in North Avenue area here.

The incident took place this afternoon at North Avenue when head constable Suresh Chand, who was posted at Rashtrapati Bhavan security, was heading to work on his motorcycle, police said.

The PCR van was also heading to an accident spot from where it had received a call about a collision between a tractor and a car.

According to an eyewitness, the speeding PCR van hit Chand's motorcycle from behind while attempting to overtake it, and claimed that the impact was such that the victim and his motorcycle skid for over 50 metres before coming to a stop.

Chand was rushed to RML hospital by another PCR van where he is being treated, a police official said, adding that a case would be registered in this connection after a thorough probe.

Meanwhile, another PCR van was sent to attend to the original accident call.

 

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