Published: Sat, April 22, 2017
Business | By Sandy Mccarthy

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While the other two occupants of the vehicle fled the accident scene, the driver was stuck in the auto. Police said they were driving beyond 100 km/hr when the accident took place, though the boy claimed he was driving at 70 km/hr.

Three others identified as Asif, Karan and Sanjay were also critically injured.

Witnesses say the auto, a Hyundai i20, was being driven at a very high speed and the teenager lost control and drove on a pavement where several homeless people were sleeping. Last year in April, a 17-year-old boy allegedly knocked dead a man with his father's Mercedes in Civil Lines in Delhi, he was later charged with with culpable homicide due to his past record of negligent driving. The auto was being driven by a Class XII student, who had lost control of the vehicle. "He told us that he was accompanied by his two friends", Narwal said.

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"He was driving his friend's father's auto".

The victims appear to be daily wagers, the police said. "His friends fled the scene after the accident", Narwal added. Cops are verifying the age of the teenager and whether he was inebriated at the time of the incident. Chugh is likely to be booked under Section 304 (punishment for culpable homicide not amounting to murder) of the Indian Penal Code.

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