A Delhi Police head constable died and another was injured late last night when a person rammed his car into their patrol vehicle close to a college in north Delhi. The accused driver, a young man pursuing his undergraduate studies in Singapore, was inebriated at the time of the accident and has been arrested.
“One police personnel lost his life and another sustained injuries when a speeding automotive rammed into their patrol vehicle near Khalsa College late last night. The driver of the vehicle was in an inebriated state. Case registered,” North Delhi Deputy Commissioner of Police Monika Bhardwaj said.
The accident came about around 2am when a speeding Honda City crashed into a Prakhar patrol vehicle.
According to the Delhi Police, the impact of the collision was such that the police vehicle was thrown 10-15 feet high within the air before it hit the ground and turned turtle.
Wazir Singh was immediately rushed to the trauma center where he was declared dead. Another constable named Amit was conjointly injured in this accident.
Accused Honda City driver Tushar has been arrested by the Delhi police. According to the initial investigation, Tushar was intoxicated. Meanwhile, the police has registered a case against him.