A six-year-old woman was killed whereas 5 others had been injured after a quick Emergency Response Automobile (ERV) of the Gurugram police collided with a automobile on the Gurugram-Faridabad Street, police stated.
The incident happened round 11 am on the Gurugram-Faridabad Street. Based on the police, the Emergency Response Automobile was touring on the unsuitable facet underneath Gwal Pahari police station limits.
Quickly after receiving the data, the police reached the spot. Based on sources cited by ANI, the policemen concerned within the accident fled the spot.
Haryana | Child useless, a number of injured after a police automobile collided with a automobile in Gurugram
The accident occurred on Gurugram-Faridabad Street. ERV police automobile is coming from the unsuitable facet. Case registered in opposition to ERV driver: Vikas Kaushik, ACP, DLF Gurugram (15.1) pic.twitter.com/nB6WHvy1G6
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January 16, 2023
Departmental proceedings might be initiated in opposition to the motive force, a particular police officer (SPO) and head constable in reference to the incident, Gurugram Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Vikas Kaushik, information company ANI was quoted as saying on Sunday.
“Police rushed to the spot after receiving details about the accident. Three policemen, together with the motive force of the PCR van, have been suspended,” ACP Kaushik stated.
Vishwajeet, husband of one of many injured informed ANI that his spouse, mother-in-law, and brother-in-law, together with three kids had been on their approach from Delhi to Faridabad.
“My daughter would have been alive at present if the police had taken her to the hospital as an alternative of fleeing from the accident website,” stated Vishwajeet. The police recovered the physique from the accident website and despatched it for postmortem.
An FIR has been registered in opposition to the ERV driver underneath sections 279 (rash driving), 337 (inflicting harm by act endangering the life or private security of one other), 304A (inflicting dying by of negligence), 427 (inflicting damage) of the Indian Penal. Additional investigation into the matter is underway.
(With ANI Inputs)