A high-impact collision killed a Zomato delivery boy and two others

Three persons were killed and two others were injured in a high-impact collision between a car and a motorbike in east Delhi’s Shakarpur district on Sunday, according to police. All seven automobile occupants – members of a family — were hauled out of the vehicle by police after the early-morning crash, they said.

Jyoti (17) and her sister Bharti (19) have been recognized as two of the fatalities, but the identity of the third victim, a motorbike rider wearing a Zomato T-shirt, is still unknown, according to authorities. The bike was in front of the automobile, according to police, but the sequence of events that led to the collision is still unknown, despite the fact that CCTV cameras captured the incident.

The bike was in front of the vehicle, according to police, but the sequence of events that led to the accident has yet to be determined, and CCTV cameras are being checked to determine the cause of the incident.

“On May 1, at 1 a.m., a PCR report of an accident involving a car and a bike on Vikas Marg was received at Shakarpur police station,” said Deputy Commissioner of Police (East) Priyanka Kashyap. When the crew arrived, they discovered a wrecked motorbike and a Wagon R car that had been flipped upside down.” In the collision, both vehicles were seriously damaged. Read More- Railways canceled 42 trains due to a power shortage.

She further said that the motorbike rider was brought to the hospital and that seven persons were trapped in the car and were promptly removed.

Four of them were injured and sent to Hedgewar Hospital, where two of them, Jyoti and Bharti, were pronounced dead. The other two received minor injuries, while the motorcyclist was pronounced dead at Guru Teg Bahadur (GTB) Hospital, according to the DCP. “We have filed a complaint under Indian Penal Code (IPC) sections 279 (rash driving or riding on a public road), 337 (causing harm by act endangering the life or personal safety of others), and 304A (causing death by carelessness) and are conducting an investigation.”Read more- Twitter CEO will receive $42 million if terminated after Elon Musk deal

“Efforts to identify the motorbike rider are still ongoing,” Kashyap added.


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