Delhi woman, daughter killed in collision between two cars in Gurgaon | Gurgaon News – Times of India

GURGAON: A woman and her daughter died and three others were injured in a collision between two cars in Sector 108 near the Dwarka Expressway in Delhi, police said on Monday.
According to the police, the accident took place at around 3pm on Sunday.
The victims were identified as Kamal Raj Mata (65), a resident of Dwarka Sector 3 in Delhi, his wife Neelam Mata (62), and their daughter Manika Mata (32).
The family had come to Gurgaon to visit an apartment, accompanied by property dealer Karanjit. While en route to the apartment, a speeding vehicle from the Delhi side crashed into the side of their car, causing the accident.
The injured individuals were immediately taken to a private hospital by local residents, but unfortunately, Neelam Mata and Manika Mata were declared dead by the doctors. Both Karanjit and Kamal Raj Mata are currently receiving medical treatment and are unable to provide their statements. The driver of the other car involved in the collision is also receiving treatment in another hospital, as per the authorities.
Following the accident, locals admitted the injured to a private hospital where doctors declared Neelam Mata and Manika Mata dead. Karanjit and Kamal Raj Mata are undergoing treatment and are not in a condition to record their statements. The driver of the other car is being treated in another hospital, they added.
The police registered an FIR on Sunday on the basis of a complaint lodged by Neelam Mata’s brother under sections 279 (rash driving), 337 (causing hurt by act endangering life or personal safety of others) and 304A (causing death by negligence) of the Indian Penal Code at Rajendra Park police station.
The victims’ bodies was handed over to their kin on Monday after post-mortem and action will be taken as per law, the police said.
(With inputs from PTI)

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