Two youngsters were killed in a BMW accident while sleeping on the sidewalk.
Last week, a 27-year-old businessman was out for a trip to reportedly test the speed of his uncle's new BMW automobile when he collided with a WagonR, which overturned and crashed on people sleeping beneath a flyover in South Delhi, killing two kids and wounding eight others, according to police.
On June 10, the event occurred at the Lodhi Road Flyover. The WagonR's passengers were also hurt, according to police. The accused reportedly left the scene and was apprehended a few days later.
Around 4.30 a.m., police got a PCR call, according to police. "We found that a black BMW had hit a WagonR, which subsequently flipped and landed on persons sleeping under the flyover," DCP (Southeast) Esha Pandey said. They were taken to the AIIMS Trauma Centre, where two of the youngsters, Roshni (6) and her brother Amir (10), were pronounced dead. "The others were also badly hurt."
Yatin Sharma (18), the WagonR driver, said to police he was with three of his pals at the time. "I am a student who also works as a public relations booster." I was traveling with my buddies from Samrat Hotel to Surya Hotel today... We were crossing the overpass at 4.30 a.m. when a dark automobile slammed into our car on the right side... My automobile was pulled to the end of the overpass and slammed into a pedestrian walkway. The impact was so strong that it toppled over and landed on people sleeping on the sidewalk. Both my pals and I were hurt. People assisted us, and we witnessed others being trampled beneath the car... According to the FIR filed on Sharma's behalf, "the automobile driver fled from the Moolchand side."
According to police, there were no eyewitnesses other than the injured people who had no recollection of the black automobile.
Except for the injured people who had no memory of the black automobile, police stated there were no eyewitnesses.
"The CCTV cameras near the flyover were inoperable. We then examined cameras in the vicinity of the Oberoi Hotel, Lodhi Road, and Barapullah. The automobile was recognized as a BMW after CCTV mapping and analysis of over 120 cameras. The owner was found and told us that the automobile was with his nephew Sahil Narang (27), who had given it to a company in Noida for repair. Sahil was apprehended at his home in Nirman Vihar. DCP Pandey stated, "The BMW was taken from the authorized repair center."
During questioning, Sahil told police that he and his uncle were on their way from the airport and wanted to test the automobile. "The problematic automobile was just bought." "Sahil was testing the car's speed and handling when he collided with the WagonR," the DCP explained.
Sahil has been charged with causing death by carelessness and reckless driving. According to cops, he recently earned his degree and has a clothing company in Noida.