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Delhi: Driver misses turn due to Smog, falls into Yamuna river, 2 died

The car's front was completely submerged, leaving no room for Jangir and Yadav to escape. Their friends, who were in the back seat, managed to come out, they said.


  |  Updated On : November 10, 2017 07:07 AM
Delhi: Driver misses turn due to Smog, falls into Yamuna river, 2 died

Delhi: Driver misses turn due to Smog, falls into Yamuna river, 2 died

New Delhi :  

Two people were killed and their three friends injured after their car plunged into the Yamuna River allegedly after the driver could not see a turn due to smog and darkness in north Delhi's Timarpur area, the police said.

The accident took place around 2 am when they were returning after a party at Shyam Ghat in the Yamuna Khadar area.

Deepak Jangir, who was driving the car, and Kishan Yadav, who was sitting beside him, were killed, the police said, adding that their friends Deepak, Anand and Akash escaped with minor injuries.

They were all in their 20s and it is suspected that they had consumed alcohol.

The car's front was completely submerged, leaving no room for Jangir and Yadav to escape. Their friends, who were in the back seat, managed to come out, they said.

They informed the police and claimed that Deepak Jangir could not see the road ahead and ended up driving into the river, the police said.

Deepak Jangir and Yadav were taken to a hospital where they were declared brought dead, they said.

The police said that on Wednesday, Deepak Jangir and Yadav along with the others had come to Deepak's house, but as his landlord had issues with him consuming alcohol, they went to Shyam Ghat.

Yadav's aunt is a constable with the Delhi Police and he was staying with her family. He belonged to Rajasthan and was preparing for competitive exams.

Jangir also belonged to Rajasthan and was staying with a family member posted with the Delhi Police. He owned the car and used to also rent it out as a taxi.

Deepak, who belongs to Haryana, was staying in Wazirabad, and the two others also came to Delhi to prepare for competitive exams.

First Published: Friday, November 10, 2017 06:57 AM


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