Three people were killed and another person was injured on Sunday when a Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) bus rammed into a car in west Delhi.
Police said two people, Rajan and Dharampal, who were in the car died on the spot and the other two occupants of the car were rushed to a nearby hospital in west Delhi.
One of the injured, identified as Praveen, also succumbed to injuries at the Agrasen hospital in west Delhi.
The accident took place near Ghewra Modh on Rohtak Road when the speeding bus rammed into the car on a crossing.
"Due to the impact of the collision, the car had got stuck in the bus and it took us almost two hours to take out the car," said a police official.
"We had to use gas cutters to take out the car."
The DTC bus plying on route number 708 was going to Najafgarh from Narela.