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In 11 pics: SUV crushes auto in Gurgaon gang shooting escape bid

gurgaon Updated: Jul 16, 2015 08:35 IST
HT Correspondent
Gurgaon

Unidentified gunman opened fire at a Hyundai SUV at MG Road, Gurgaon causing the vehicle to crush an auto-rickshaw (Parveen Kumar/HT Photo)

Unidentified men fired at an alleged gangster’s sports utility vehicle (SUV) on MG Road in Gurgaon on Wednesday morning, sparking chaos.

Three men travelling in another car shot at the Hyundai Santa Fe SUV carrying Rakesh Kumar, an alleged gangster of Hayatpur village, at around 9am. Police described the shooting as an incident of gang rivalry and said the shooters had been arrested.

The Hyundai’s driver jumped the road divider to escape the gunmen and crashed into the auto-rickshaw on the other side of the road near the Central Mall, killing the driver. The auto-rickshaw was virtually flattened by the large vehicle.



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