Three injured as overspeeding car hits divider in Delhi’s Mayur Vihar; police recover liquor bottles from accident spot

Three people sustained critical injuries on Friday night after the car they were travelling in lost control and collided with a street light on the road divider in Delhi's Mayur Vihar

Asian News International September 14, 2019 09:15:18 IST
Three injured as overspeeding car hits divider in Delhi’s Mayur Vihar; police recover liquor bottles from accident spot
  • Three people sustained critical injuries on Friday night after the car they were travelling in lost control and collided with a street light on the road divider in Delhi's Mayur Vihar

  • The accident took place at a flyover near Mayur Vihar Phase-1

  • All three injured have been admitted to the hospital, where one is said to be in a critical state

New Delhi: Three people sustained critical injuries on Friday night after the car they were travelling in lost control and collided with a street light on the road divider in Delhi's Mayur Vihar. The accident took place at a flyover near Mayur Vihar Phase-1.

Three injured as overspeeding car hits divider in Delhis Mayur Vihar police recover liquor bottles from accident spot

Visual of the car which met with an accident on Friday night. ANI

All three injured have been admitted to the hospital, where one is said to be in a critical state.

The two injured have been identified as Pratik and Atul. The police have also recovered liquor bottles from the spot of the accident.

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