5-yr-old Chin girl hit by motorbike in Delhi
24 October 2013: A motorbike driven at high speed by a man hit a 5-year-old Chin girl named Mary John last Thursday, leaving her left leg broken.
It happened around 9am in the morning while her mother Pi Ma Sung was walking her to a daycare centre run by Don Bosco Ashayalam in Jeewan Park of West Delhi, India.
Pi Ma Sung told the Chin Human Rights Organization (CHRO) that the motorbiker crashed her daughter from behind and that she collapsed on the spot with her leg bleeding.
“The bone between her lower leg and foot was broken. I was so shocked to see the accident happening in front of my eyes that has left my daughter’s leg broken,” said the Chin mother.
She also said that the biker, believed to be an Indian, had taken her daughter to a nearby clinic and that he had paid the cost of stitching.
“The biker told me that he had got to go to his office and would come back at 2pm in the afternoon. But he never turns up,” added Pi Ma Sung.
She added that she had made a call to the daycare centre and that one of the staff members arrived at the clinic.
“She [staff member] took us to Deen Dayal Upadhyay (DDU) hospital and the doctor bandaged my daughter’s leg and provided some medicine for us,” said Pi Ma Sung.
Mary John is still on medication and unable to walk.#