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22 April 2017, 01:51 | Maryann Sutton
The cause behind the accident was a tyre burst after which the car went out of control | Image for pictorial representation
One person was killed while three others were injured when they were hit by a auto allegedly being driven by a class XII student in north Delhi's Kashmere Gate area this morning. The shocking incident took place at Kashmiri Gate in the national capital.
Narwal said the driver claimed to be a teenager. Police say that the incident was reported around 5.45am. The police identified the three injured in the accident as Asif, Karan and Sanjay, all of whom appear to be daily wage earners. His friends fled soon after the accident but they later joined the probe, he said.
The police said that it registered a case at the Kashmere Gate Police Station and added that is continuing to probe the matter. Watch VideoTheir vehicle rammed into the pavement by the road, at 5:45 am on Thursday. Meanwhile, patrolling staff also reached the spot. They told police that they stay up the whole night studying for the exams, and often go out in the morning. "After investigation we got to know that the one driving the vehicle does not have a license", said police officer Jatin Narwal.
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