New Delhi: Actress Preity Zinta played the good Samaritan on Sunday on the way to the airport when she spotted a man being struck down by an ambulance in a case of hit and run.
Zinta tweeted to her followers that she saw a white ambulance hit an man crossing the road as she was on her way to the airport to take a flight to Chennai.
Zinta gave chase, noted the number of the ambulance and informed police as others assisted the wounded man.
Actress Preity Zinta played the good Samaritan when she spotted a man being struck down by an ambulance.
Here is a series of her tweets on the incident:
"On the way to the airport to take a flight to Punjab when I saw a man crossing the highway and a White Ambulance hit him and RUN. This is insane."
"Yes he was wrong to cross like that but an Ambulance hitting and running is shocking... MH - 04- FP - 1634. I tried to follow them but they ran."
"Called the cops and informed them. Man is take by some people to the hospital as I was busy chasing the ambulance to get its licence plate number."
"Sad what I saw today. I've never understood why people just blindly cross highways when it's dangerous and not allowed?"
"This is the licence plate number of this ambulance. MHO4-FP1634. Did all I could and reported it. Hope that man survives."
There was no news on whether the ambulance driver has been apprehended.
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