Her father is a retired person from the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL). With the help of other passersby, the victims were pulled out from the auto-rickshaw.Ghaziabad: Four persons, including two techies, lost their lives when a speeding Audi hit an autorickshaw in a head-on collision in the Indirapuram area on the midnight of Friday and Saturday. He lived with his wife and three-year-old daughter in Khoda Colony. "On Friday night, all of them were returning to Noida in an auto after meeting their relative in Vasundhara area of Ghaziabad. There was no pulse in any of them, it seems all died on the spot," said Gangaram, a local.. They were staying at Rinku’s place in Noida Sector 12-22.The accident occurred near Avenue Chauraha on the divider less road along the Hindon canal. On December 28 last year, she lost her mother. After her mother’s death, we were suggesting that she get married and settle down. He was desperately looking for a job in Noida to settle down after marriage," said Narendra Singh, a relative of Vishal. Vishal’s marriage was fixed recently with a girl in Unnao, a city near Kanpur. "I rushed to the spot and found three persons trapped inside an auto-rickshaw, while one man was lying on the road. By that time the policemen had also arrived. All the three families are devastated," said a relative of the deceased. It is said that the Audi’s speed was somewhere around 160 km/hr, said a senior police official.
The road connects Delhi’s Khoda and Ghaziabad’s Vaishali areas. Rinku, Vishal, and Yajuvendra live in the same locality in Kanpur and their families have known each other well for the past several years.The dead have been identified as Yajuvendra Singh Sengar (40), his cousin Vishal Singh (25), and their family friend Rinku Yadav (38), who worked with HCL in Noida. All four occupants of the auto died on the spot.The SUV was moving in a high speed and the driver fled from the scene immediately after the mishap.The auto driver, Sanjeev Kumar (25), also died on the spot.Locals said that they heard a loud sound and witnessed two persons getting out of the Audi. Vishal, accompanied by his elder cousin Yajuvendra, had come to appear for a job interview that was scheduled by Rinku at her workplace. All of them hail from Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh. "Yajuvendra is survived by his wife and two sons aged 8 and 12 years. She didn’t marry as her mother was not China Auto Gas Springs Manufacturers keeping well since 2006. A senior police official said the car belongs to an associate professor of Safdarjung Hospital. Rinku was staying alone in Noida for the last two years.