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Punjab Police Gypsy 'hits' youth, speeds away

chandigarh Updated: Jun 04, 2013 23:01 IST
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A pedestrian was left injured after being allegedly hit by a Punjab Police Gypsy on Tuesday.


Mohan Kumar of Kaimbwala, who saw the accident, complained that Krishna (18) was hit by a Gypsy. But the Sector-3 police station staff claimed that the youth was hit by an unidentified white car. The driver managed to escape the spot after hitting the pedestrian on the dividing road of Sectors 2 and 11.

The youth was admitted to the Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) here.

The police said the victim was not fit for recording his statement. The youth had a tattoo “Krishna” inscribed on his right arm.

Meanwhile, in another incident, a woman and pillion rider were injured after they were hit by a car. The police said Nirmal of Sector 22 complained to the police that the driver of car (HP-06A-7700) hit her scooter (CH-01AR-7444) near Kiran cinema light point on Tuesday. Nirmal and pillion rider Kirti received injuries and were admitted to General Multi-Specialty Hospital, Sector 16.

The police have registered separate cases of causing hurt due to rash and negligent driving under sections 279 and 337 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) in both incidents.