2-year-old child dies after being hit by battery car at Jawaharlal Nehru Zoological Park
On the eve of Christmas, a two-year-old child was hit by battery vehicle operator at the Jawaharlal Nehru Zoological Park, Hyderabad. He was immediately rushed to the closest hospital and was taken care of for 2 hours however succumbed to his injuries. The toddler was running around within the park and all of a sudden, he left the hand of his mother and came running on the track wherever he was hit by battery vehicle operator crossing the area.
Police confirmed the boy as a resident of Vidyanagar and he died because of his injuries at the princess Durru Shehvar Hospital. after an autopsy, the body of the toddler was handed over to the victims family.
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The mother of the child informed the police that the driver of the battery-operated vehicle was drunk and an FIR against the driver was additionally registered once that he was detained by the police. The case clear, appears like that of negligence on the part of both, the driver of the battery-operated vehicle further because of the management of the Jawaharlal Nehru Zoological Park.
The Newly appointed Deputy Range Officer Mr. Nagraj was in charge of this battery operated vehicle in the zoo premises but still, he is not that aware of the operation of the vehicle and also he says that the timings and also the rules and regulations of the concerned authority were very strict in the premises.
A system of checks ought to are in place and executed so as to keep up a safety in an exceedingly public place that sees several kids as frequent visitors.