The ERV vehicle coming in the wrong direction from Faridabad to Gurugram hit a Swift vehicle coming at a high speed. In which a 6-year-old girl died while five people including two children in the car were injured.
Gurugram: There was a stir in the Gurugram Police, which claims to provide service security cooperation, when the Emergency Response Vehicle (ERV) of the police caused mourning in a laughing family. The ERV vehicle coming in the wrong direction from Faridabad to Gurugram hit a Swift vehicle coming at a high speed. In which a 6-year-old girl died while five people including two children in the car were injured.
Vishwajeet, a resident of Delhi Kheda Khurd, told that his wife Kajal, mother-in-law Babita, brother-in-law Rinku, Rinku’s son Priyank and Vishwajeet’s son Avi and six-year-old daughter Savi were going from Delhi to Faridabad. Rinku was driving the car. At around 11.15 am, when his Swift car reached near Ghata traffic signal on Gurugram Faridabad road, the police ERV van coming in the wrong direction hit his car directly.
Savi died in this incident while all the others were admitted to the hospital by the people. The surprising thing is that after the incident, instead of helping the injured, the policemen thought it better to run away from the spot. Gurugram’s ACP Vikas Kaushik said, “Police reached the spot after getting information about the accident. Three policemen, including the PCR van driver, have been suspended.”
Vishwajeet, husband of one of the injured, told sources that his wife, mother-in-law and brother-in-law were going from Delhi to Faridabad with three children. Vishwajeet said, “My daughter would have been alive today if the police officers had taken her to the hospital instead of running away from the accident spot.” Police recovered the body from the accident site and sent it for postmortem. A case has been registered under sections 279, 337, 427, 304A of the Indian Penal Code. Further investigation of the matter is going on.