Boy dead in Noida mishap
A class X student of Lord Mahavira School was killed and another injured as a speeding private bus hit them in Nithari area on Monday. The incident took place around 2.15 p.m. when they were crossing the road.Updated: Jul 20, 2010 01:00 IST
A class X student of Lord Mahavira School was killed and another injured as a speeding private bus hit them in Nithari area on Monday. The incident took place around 2.15 p.m. when they were crossing the road.
"Anuj Sharma, a class X student of Lord Mahavira School and resident of sector 82, was brought dead at the hospital around 2.30 p.m. today. His head was crushed under the wheel of bus.
Another boy, Sangam Nayak, resident of Harola, suffered a fracture in his right leg. His condition was stable till Monday evening," said Alok Pandey, an official at the hospital’s emergency ward.
"Anuj was my only son. All my hopes were on him. He was going to tuition centre from school, when the bus crushed him to death. Eyewitnesses have given us the bus number." said Updesh Sharma, father of the deceased.
"The bus was moving at a high speed and the driver seemed to be in real hurry. HCL board was seen on the front," said Girish Kumar, a resident of Sector 30, who happened to be at the site of accident.
"Manhunt has been launched to trace the bus. HCL Company is being contacted to find the bus contractor and the driver. Till late evening today it was not traceable,"said Arun Kumar Singh, SHO, Sector 20.
2 killed in Noida expressway accident
Two persons were killed and four injured when a speeding Swift car rammed into a WagonR on Greater Noida Expressway on Monday. The incident occurred around 6 p.m. near Pari Chowk.
"The impact of the collision was so high that both the cars overturned. Swift was moving at a very high speed when the mishap took place. Few beer bottles were recovered from the WagonR after the incident,” said Ambesh Tyagi, Deputy Superintendent of Police.
"One of the victims Ram Khiladi (25) was brought dead. while the other passed away soon after. Four others suffered serious injured ,"said Dr Sannil Kapoor, Medical Superintendent at Kailash Hospital.
First Published: Jul 20, 2010 00:56 IST