Three AIIMS, Delhi doctor killed in Mathura road mishap
NEW DELHI March 18, 2018: Three All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) doctors were killed in a tragic road accident on March 18 morning when an Innova, in which they were travelling, rammed into a stationary truck on Yamuna Expressway, near Mathura, said media reports.
In the mishap, three AIIMS doctors were killed while four persons were critically injured.
According to reports, at around 2 AM, the Innova car hit a container. The doctors were going from Delhi to Agra to celebrate birthday of one the colleagues, when the accident took place near Mathura’s Surir Kotwali police station area.
The intensity of the accident was such that all people who were in the car got stuck. Three AIIMS doctors—Dr Yashpal, Dr Harshad and Dr Hembala were killed on the spot.
According to a ‘Hindustan’ daily report, the three injured doctors were Dr Catherine, Dr Mahesh and Dr Abhinav, who were rushed to AIIMS, Delhi. Dr Catherine Himla is reportedly critical.
The Innova driver too was shifted to AIIMS.
The bodies were sent for post-mortem examination.
According to reports, the doctors were travelling to celebrate the birthday of Dr Harshad when the accident took place.