Arjuna Award winner Gaurav Gill's car killed three people

Sep 22 2019 04:53 PM
Arjuna Award winner Gaurav Gill's car killed three people

New Delhi: Arjuna Award holder Gaurav Gill's car collided with a bike during the National Rally Championship race on Saturday. During this, 3 people died in Gill's car collision. According to news agency IANS, the incident occurred on Saturday morning. After the incident, the organizers cancelled the Jodhpur phase of the Indian Car Rally. In this accident, 3 people including a child have died.

Gaurav Gill was also injured in this accident and currently, he is hospitalized. The incident happened during the third phase of the FMSCI Indian Rally Championship 2019. It was named Maxperience Rally. According to the information, this incident happened when Gill's car collided with the bike coming on the track near Hotarada village. Actually, the bike had entered a restricted area. Before racing, the bikers were told not to come on the track. Three people who died were on the same motorcycle. At the same time, it is also being told that none of these people were wearing helmets.

While giving information about the incident, Tehsildar Rakesh Jain has told that in the accident Narendra, his wife Pushpa and his son Jitendra died on the spot. The competition was being conducted by a company based in Haryana.

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