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‘Indigo flipped, turned over many times in air’

india Updated: May 06, 2012 00:13 IST
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The Gurgaon police said the BMW car which rammed into the Indigo car killing two persons was being driven at a very high speed.

According to the police, the deceased were identified as Sanjay Gulati, 42, and Shama Chopra, 30. Shama’s family claimed she was pregnant.

The injured — Rajendra Chopra, 68, Veena Chopra, 65 and Sailesh Sethi, 32 — are admitted in Max Hospital. Another occupant in the BMW, a 21-year-old DU student, was also injured in the accident.

The police have registered a case under Section 304A.

“The other youth in BMW car, Dakshesh, who is admitted at a hospital, is not in a state to give a statement. The BMW belongs to one Devendra Sherawat, a property dealer of Sector 14,” he added.

The police said the Indigo was coming from Leisure Valley Park side while the BMW from Huda City Centre Metro station.

The impact of the collision was such that the Indigo car flipped up in the air and overturned many times.

“The impact was so fierce that the engines, batteries and other equipment of both the cars were tossed over a distance of 30 metre. Some passersby rushed the victims to the nearest private hospital,” an eyewitness said.

“We heard a loud bang. We rushed to the spot and took out the victims from the car,” said Mohammed Illias, another eyewitness.

Despite repeated attempts, the owners of the BMW could not be contacted.