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Another mini bus driver mows down a 25 year old girl in Gurgaon
Accidents are a common occurrence in Gurgaon. Of late, there has been accidents where death has been making the headlines in the millennium city. Mini buses, whose driver always seems to drive in a breakneck speed has been making a lot of news.

After the Linoshiya incident (where a three year old girl, who was killed by a bus along with her father), in another horrible accident, a 25 year old girl was bought death to the hospital after being mowed down by a mini bus near the MDI Chowk in Gurgaon this Wednesday.

As was with the last case, the driver of the bus was arrested at the time of the accident and then was let to go on bail. The accused was produced at the city court, which eventually granted him bail. The victim, Neha was a native of Jharkhand and was staying here in Sector 17. She was private company employee at Palam Vihar.

On the day of the incident, it was around 6:30 pm when a bus, which was being driven like crazy, she was mowed down by it while the victim was crossing the road. Being critically injured on spot, she was rushed to a nearby hospital, but was declared bought dead. The police took prompt action and arrested the driver, Karu Thakur from Nalanda, Bihar.

He was booked under sections 279 and 304A of the IPC as was reported by The investigation officer, ASI Jai Prakash, said, ''The father of victim Neha is working with Bokaro Steels in Jharkhand. He had two daughters only and one of them was Neha, who died in accident. We handed over the body to kin today after the postmortem.''

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