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Pakistan: Case registered against motorcyclist injured in accident with US diplomat's car

Pakistan: Case registered against motorcyclist injured in accident with US diplomat's car

| @indiablooms | 30 Apr 2018, 03:43 pm

Islamabad, Apr 30 (IBNS): The Islamabad police has registered a case of reckless driving against a man who was injured after his motorbike was hit  by a US embassy official's car, Pakistani media reports said on Monday.

"On Sunday night, the US embassy's Second Secretary Chad Rex Auburn hit a motorcycle, injuring the rider, Nazakat Islam, and his pillion passenger. The diplomat initially refused to come out of the car but upon the police's arrival, he stepped out and identified himself," reported Dawn News.

Auburn was later taken into custody, reports said.

He was shifted to Secretariat police station.

The police took the diplomat's car for verification.

The diplomat was later handed over to the Foreign Office after his documents were verified.

Islam and  Mohammad Waseem were discharged from hospital after being treated for minor injury they suffered during the mishap.

However, on Monday, a case was registered against Islam, local Dawn News reported.

"On Monday, a first information report (FIR) was lodged in the Secretariat police station against Islam with Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) Mohammad Yousuf as the complainant," reported Dawn News.

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