Two college students died and three of their friends were injured when a late night joy-ride turned tragic in south Delhi's Mukherjee Nagar on Sunday. The friends were returning from a fest in Amity, Noida when the incident happened.
Dadu's medical legal case (MLC) revealed that she was under the influence of alcohol, while driving the vehicle, a police officer said.
Witnesses and locals told police that soon as the auto reached a T-Point at Hudson Lane in Mukherjee Nagar, the driver of the speeding vehicle lost control and it crashed into a divider.
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Diksha Dadu, a first-year Amity University student, was driving the Hyundai i20 that belonged to Ritesh Dahiya, a second-year B.Sc student of Sri Venkateswara College, who was seated behind her. The auto belonged to Dahiya's father. Eyewitnesses had alleged that at least two unbroken alcohol bottles, plastic glasses and snacks were recovered from the mangled remains of the vehicle. Police officials added that she did not even have a valid driver's licence.
After hitting the divider, the auto, believed to be running at 100 KMPH, damaged an iron board, a cement slab and a marble signboard and crashed into a traffic signal. Localities who were present at the spot told police that the high-speed vehicle tumbled down the road for few meters.
A policeman who was the first to reach the accident spot stated in the FIR that the woman driving the auto had initially said her name was Priya Sharma. The vehicle was being driven by one, Diksha Dadu at the time of the accident.
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Police said that Diksha Dadu and Rashi Sharma were sitting in the front seats.
The police suspect that the girl driving the vehicle was under the influence of alcohol. When the locals reported the matter, the bodies were so badly tangled in the vehicle that the body of the auto had to be cut to pull the injured out. Police said, while Sidharth and Ritesh Dahiya died on the spot, Rashi has sustained a fracture in her collar bone. She is yet to be discharged from the hospital while Dadu and Mohanty managed to escape with minor injuries. They had come to Delhi University for a drive, they said. The incident happened at Delhi's Mukherjee Nagar on Sunday.
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