On March 3, a 21-year-old man landed in the trauma centre of Delhi's All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS).
His leg had been crushed - apart from the gaping wound there were multiple fractures in his right thighbone and kneecap.
From the uniform he wore, it was evident that the victim was a pizza delivery boy.
Doctors struggled to salvage the damaged limb.
For them, this was a familiar story.
"On weekends, on an average two or three delivery boys (not necessarily from pizza outlets) land up in the hospital. Most of them have suffered trivial to serious trauma," says a doctor who was on duty that day.
Text: Business Standard