Biker is struck by a Mercedes in Noida, but the driver flees

Chitransh Yadav, 29, was a resident of Aligarh and worked for a bicycle taxi company . He was flung into the air and sustained serious injuries .

NOIDA: In the wee hours of Saturday, a 29-year-old man riding a bicycle was killed after being struck by a Mercedes vehicle near Sector 31.Police said they were looking for the driver of the luxury car who fled the scene and left the car behind.When the accident occurred, 1-2 people were thought to be inside the vehicle.Chitransh Yadav, the deceased, was a resident of Aligarh and worked for a bicycle taxi company.

According to police, the Mercedes coming from the Spice Mall side crashed into the bike at high speed around 3 a.m. Chitransh was flung into the air and sustained serious injuries.The Mercedes driver began to speed off, but he abandoned the vehicle at a distance from the accident site and disappeared with the other drivers in the dark.On our helpline number, a passerby called us and informed us that a biker had been hit by a car.According to Rajneesh Verma, assistant commissioner-2, a police unit rushed to the spot and took the biker to a nearby hospital where he was declared dead on arrival.

At the time of the accident, the Mercedes was reportedly carrying 2-3 people inside, according to us.According to the ACP, we are going to conduct an investigation.Under IPC sections 304A (death due to negligence) and 279 (rash driving), an FIR has been filed against an unidentified Mercedes driver.According to Verma, teams have been formed to find and apprehend the driver.

I have lived in Noida for the past 12 years and have never seen drivers stop at an intersection where the red light is on at night.According to Bharat Kumar, a resident of Sector 31, the traffic police should take action immediately to avoid another tragic accident in the future.We will soon work with the Noida Authority to do a inspection of the intersection, DCP (traffic) Ganesh Saha told CES.After the survey, we will move forward with further planning.