BMW driver calls cops after injuring two, flees
Two people were injured in a hit-and-run case involving a BMW car in Gurgaon on Sunday morning. A speeding BMW hit two motorcycle-borne men around 5.30 a.m., police said, reports HT Correspondent.india Updated: Nov 08, 2009 23:04 IST
Two people were injured in a hit-and-run case involving a BMW car in Gurgaon on Sunday morning. A speeding BMW hit two motorcycle-borne men around 5.30 a.m., police said.
The injured — one man’s condition was serious — were rushed to a private hospital in DLF Phase III while the car driver abandoned the vehicle at a distance from the spot and fled.
The driver of the car also informed the cops about the incident.
The police have booked the driver, Sunil Kumar, on the charges of negligent and rash driving causing grievous injuries. No arrest had been made till Sunday evening.
The station house officer of DLF City (Phase I) said the BMW car belonged to one Satish Yadav. “The car driver Sunil Kumar himself called up the police station and informed about the accident," he said.
Yadav reportedly runs a private management and engineering college.
Aged about 20 and 21, both men — Avdesh Kumar and Amit Kumar — work for a departmental store in DLF City and were returning home on their Discover motorbike. Avdesh lives in Chhattarpur while Amit is a resident of Noida.
“It was at about 5.30 am. A speeding BMW car hit their motorbike from behind at Nathurpur crossing near Neelkanth Hospital. Both of them work with the Needs departmental store at Super Mart in DLF City and were returning home," said Manoj Kumar, Amit’s brother.
“Avdesh is seriously injured and is under treatment at Neelkanth Hospital’s intensive care unit. Amit also suffered a couple of fractures."
Dr. Himanshu Garg of Neelkanth Hospital said Avdesh had suffered a multiple brain hemorrhages but his condition was stable. The CT scan of Amit’s head will be conducted tomorrow (Monday) to find out if he has also received any internal injuries.
A 22-year-old man was killed after he was hit by a speeding trailer in Nangloi (West Delhi) on Saturday night. Anish Kumar was returning home when his motorcycle came under the rear wheels of the trailer, police said.