Car plunges 50 feet from flyover in Gurugram, killing a college student and injuring two others

On the Delhi-Gurugram road, a vehicle carrying two college students struck a flyover barrier and plunged 50 feet below, killing the student and seriously injuring his two companions, according to authorities on Tuesday.

According to them, the collision severely damaged the automobile, and the wounded are receiving care at this location’s Medanta Hospital.

The three young people were driving from Delhi to Jaipur on Monday night when the accident happened, according to the police, at approximately ten o’clock at night.

The automobile was driven by Rishabh Guleria, who lost control of it as soon as they got to the Jharsa Chowk overpass. According to the authorities, the automobile leapt over the flyover’s four-foot-tall border and plummeted 50 feet below into an unoccupied area.

Even when the car’s airbags deployed, the three young people inside suffered severe injuries, they said.

Guleria (22), a resident of Sector 17 here, passed away on Monday night while receiving treatment at Medanta Hospital after the three wounded people were evacuated from the vehicle, according to the police.

They further said that his buddies, Kamal Sehrawat, 23, and Naman, 18, are receiving medical attention at the hospital.

Guleria attended K R Mangalam University, which is situated on same Sohna Road. The police claim that Naman is a college student as well as Sehrawat, who is a law student at Amity University.

According to Sehrawat’s testimony to the police, they departed at 9.30 pm from Sukhrali here and were traveling to Manesar, according to the case’s investigating officer.

Sehrawat said that Guleria lost control of the automobile and it hit into the barrier, causing all of the occupants to pass out.

According to the officer, Guleria’s remains was given to his family on Tuesday after a postmortem.

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