A speeding Indian Army car crashed into three vehicles in a bid to avoid running over a motorcyclist on the UP Link road in east Delhi on Monday evening, police said.
"The incident was reported at 6pm from below the Akshardham Flyover, when the errant vehicle - an Indian Army Ambassador - was going towards ITO from Noida," said a senior police officer, on condition of anonymity, as he is not authorised to speak to the media.
Police said the errant car - occupied only by the driver at the time of the incident - crashed into a Tata Indica car as it swerved to avoid ramming into a biker from the rear.
"The driver of the errant vehicle first rammed into one Indica car and then into another, before finally stopping to a halt after ramming a Hyundai Accent car. Thankfully, no one was hurt in the accident and only two persons - including the driver of the Ambassador - suffered minor injuries," the officer said.
Police were yet to register a case in relation to the matter till late on Monday evening.
"We are in the process of clearing the spot where the accident took place. However, a case of rash and negligent driving will soon be registered," said OP Mishra, deputy commissioner of police (east).