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Delhi man crashes car into police booth near Jantar Mantar

Driver refused for a blood test during medical examination

Delhi man crashes car into police booth near Jantar Mantar

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New Delhi, February 5

A man in an inebriated condition crashed his car into an integrated police booth and collided with an electricity pole near Delhi’s Jantar Mantar area, police said on Monday.

On February 1, constable Ramveer Singh, posted at the Parliament Street police station, was on patrolling duty on Tolstoy Road when around 6.30 am he saw a recklessly-driven car hit a footpath, then an electricity pole and later crashed into the integrated police booth, as per the FIR.

The impact caused the footpath to break, the electricity pole to collapse, and a part of the police booth was damaged. The car driver was taken to the hospital for a medical examination, where he refused for a blood test, the FIR said.

According to a senior police officer, a breath test of the man was conducted. An FIR was registered under relevant sections of the IPC and the Motor Vehicle Act. Further investigation into the matter has been initiated.


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