A BMW car hit three motorcycles, leaving six persons injured in Sector 24 area here, police said today.
According to police, the vehicle hit three bikes near the Adobe crossing here, causing injuries to their six riders, one of whom identified as Gulfam Ali, an AC mechanic, was stated to be in a critical condition in the ICU of a hospital.
Three other persons who suffered major injuries in the incident were identified as Prem Kumar, Joginder and Anwar and admitted to a hospital where their condition is said to be stable, police said.
The remaining two suffered minor bruises, they said, adding that a search has been launched to nab the accused driver.
The police said they have identified the man who was driving the BMW as one Vinod, a property dealer by profession who lives in Mayur Vihar Phase III in Delhi. But he is yet to be arrested till late this evening. Vinod also runs gym in Sector 22 in Noida.
Police said the BMW was registered in the name of Neetu, a resident of Faridabad. Vinod was stated to be family member of Neetu.
Talib, brother of one of the injured, alleged that BMW driver had whipped out a pistol after the accident to scare away the people around and fled in another car. However, the police denied any information about this.
Earlier this month, a 32-year-old marketing executive was mowed down by a speeding Mercedes sedan in Delhi’s Civil Lines area which was allegedly being driven by a juvenile.