Four killed in 2 separate bike accidents in south Delhi
Four persons were killed in two separate accidents in south Delhi in the intervening night of August 6 and 7.
The first incident was reported from Chattarpur which two persons who were on bike reportedly died when they were hit by a dumper.
The second incident occurred when an unidentified vehicle crushed two men to death while they were on NH8 near Mahipalpur.
The Mehrauli Police Station received a call at around 11:45 pm on Sunday that a dumper had crushed two men near Dera village.
Soon a team of policemen reached the spot and found two men lying in a pool of blood. They were immediately taken to AIIMS Trauma Center where both were declared brought dead. The deceased have been identified, Umesh Sharma, 26, who worked as a chef in a local restaurant and hailed from Uttarakhand.
"Umesh was riding pillion and Sanjay was driving the bike when their vehicle was hit by the speeding dumper. Umesh was crushed under the wheels of the dumper," said a relative of deceased Umesh.
"Sanjay was a resident of Uttar Pradesh, he was also approximately 26 years of age," said a police officer.
In another incident in south Delhi, the Vasant Kunj North Police Station received a call around 7:28 am on Monday that an accident has happened at NH8 near Mahipalpur. A team of police officers was dispatched at the accident site.
The cops found two men in an unconcious state at the accident site. One was identified as Devender Lama, a resident of Durga Vihar in Chhawla and the second was Milan Rana.
"Devender worked in Oberai farms and Milan was doing some part time job. On saturday afternoon both of them went to Haridwar on motor cycle and were returning when the accident happened. We are investigating the incident," said Additional DCP South Chinmoy Biswal.
The cops are still looking for the vehicle that had hit the bike.
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