Four women candidates who had finished a police recruitment test in Mumbai on Tuesday were injured after being hit by a speeding car.
The women, aged around 20 years, were walking to the Vikhroli railway station after their test when they were knocked down by a speeding car, police said.
They were rushed to the nearby Mahatma Phule municipal hospital, police said, adding that an investigation into the incident is underway.
The injured women are identified as Kajal Karde, Deepali Kale, Chitrali Pange, and Chaitali Dorge, all from Pune district.
They were students of a “police training academy” at Shirur and had appeared for the mandatory physical test of running.
They were hit by the car at around 11 am on the Vikhroli eastern express highway, police said.