Hit & Run Caught On Tape: Driver Rams Car Into Delhi Crowd, Flees

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In footage emerging from Delhi's Model Town, a blacked coloured luxury car was seen ramming into a crowd in an attempt to flee the spot after an accident. 

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In footage emerging from Delhi's Model Town, a luxury car was seen ramming into a crowd in an attempt to flee the spot after an accident. 

In a case of a hit-and-run in the national capital, a black coloured luxury car ploughed through a crowd of people in an attempt to flee the spot after meeting with an accident. In horrific visuals that emerged from Delhi, the driver could be seen screeching away after being confronted with the crowd.

According to reports, no FIR has been filed against the rash driver and the police have not been able to ascertain the accused. 

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Delhi Brat's Mercedes Accident

On July 19, a 19-year-old teenage son of a Noida-based businessman reportedly rammed his speeding Mercedes into their car in Noida and fled in the hit and run incident. According to the Police, the collision occurred at South Delhi's Greater Kailash 1 after the teenager skipped the red light, hit the other car, climbed on the divider and stopped after hitting an electric pole. 

The injured were shifted to the trauma centre by the PCR staff, according to the Police. The disturbing visuals show both the cars were completely destroyed and dented. The incident occurred around 11 PM on Thursday. The 19-year-old who studies in London was reportedly in India for a holiday.  The brat was booked, however, was later released on bail because the sections registered against him were all bailable offence. Moreover, sources informed Republic TV that the address given by the brat was incorrect.

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Delhi Police had said, "Last night (On the night of the incident) the accident occurred at 10:59 PM. A Mercedes hit a WagonR, after jumping the red light. There were three people in the WagonR, and work in the CRPF. One has been discharged, while the other has died. The car has been taken into custody." The businessman apparently owns an iron business in Noida sector 2, according to PTI reports. 

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