Bank worker dies after truck hits his motorbike | Gurgaon News

Gurgaon: A 40-year-old bank worker died in a hospital, hours after his motorbike was hit by a truck near Bhandwari while traveling from Gurgaon to Faridabad on Saturday morning.
Passers-by took the man, later identified as State Bank of India employee Chander Mohan, to a nearby hospital, where he died while undergoing treatment.
The truck driver, according to police, managed to flee the scene after the crash but was arrested later that evening.
“Govind (the driver) was arrested under sections 279 (reckless driving) and 304A (reckless driving and negligent act) of the CIP (Indian Penal Code) after a complaint was lodged at the DLF Phase 1 Police Station by Mohan’s wife. Police teams found him after thoroughly scanning CCTV footage from nearby areas,” a police officer said.
The accused will appear in a local court on Monday, the policeman added.
Mohan’s wife Tarsem Kaur told TOI that her husband had borrowed the bike from his friend a few days ago and was heading towards Faridabad when he was hit by the truck just before the Gurgaon-Faridabad toll gate . Mohan fell off the bike and suffered serious head injuries, she said.
“I was at home in Gurgaon when I received a call from the police. When I arrived at the hospital, Mohan was unconscious and in critical condition. Mohan succumbed to his injuries while being treated at the hospital. “, she said.
Mohan and Tarsem had two minor children, aged 6 and 10.

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