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Viral video from Pune: A 17-year-old boy allegedly drove his car into a woman near Alandi after an earlier argument.

Viral Pune Video: While the people of the country are yet to forget the horrific accident in Pune in which a 17-year-old boy allegedly ran over two IT engineers with his Porsche sports car in Kalyani Nagar on May 19, another horrific incident in Alandi has grabbed all the attention and left people in fear once again. In this incident, another 17-year-old boy rammed a woman with his car and the video of the incident went viral on the internet on Monday.

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The incident took place near the residence of the victim, identified as Najuka Ranjit Thorat, a resident of Vadgaon Ghenand. According to the police, there were frequent arguments between the accused and the victim over his driving style. On Saturday, the matter escalated and the boy rammed into the woman twice. Thorat sustained serious injuries and was rushed to the hospital.

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Police said the victim's husband threatened to kill the accused boy when he approached him.

In the video, the boy can be seen reversing his car for a distance and then accelerating forward at high speed. He appears to be trying to run over other people who are trying to stop his vehicle. The boy then hits a woman with his car who is trying to stop him and speeds away.

The police arrested the minor boy and produced him before the juvenile court, which sent him to a reformatory home. Durganath Sali, API of Alandi police station, stated that the accused boy fled the scene and was arrested by the police hours after the incident.

“After the incident, the accused fled the scene and after hours of investigation we were able to arrest him.” Sali assured that the police would take strict action against the accused's parents because they had allowed him to drive the vehicle without a license.



Release Date: June 17, 2024, 5:43 PM IST



Date Updated: June 17, 2024, 5:43 PM IST