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‘Biker who rammed into cop not drunk’

Medical reports of a 26-year-old man who injured a police constable attached to the Chembur police station by ramming his motorbike into him on Sunday, confirmed he was not driving under the influence of alcohol.

mumbai Updated: Apr 05, 2011 01:22 IST
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Medical reports of a 26-year-old man who injured a police constable attached to the Chembur police station by ramming his motorbike into him on Sunday, confirmed he was not driving under the influence of alcohol. Around 6.30am on Sunday, police constable Vilas Patil, 41, noticed Rajan Methe driving his bike rashly near NG Acharya Marg in Chembur.

Patil signalled Methe to halt his bike. Methe slowed down and as he approached Patil, he allegedly accelerated and tried to flee. “In the process, he rammed his bike into Patil, who sustained injuries to his left leg. Patil noted down the bike’s registration number,” said senior police inspector Bhimrao Rathod.

Police traced Methe to his residence at Deonar.