GURGAON: A 24-year-old trainee flight attendant with Vistara died and her colleague was injured after a vehicle ran over them while they were crossing a service lane off the Delhi-Jaipur highway in Kherki Daula on Wednesday night.Police said Anna Harris, who belongs to MP and lived in a PG facility in Gurgaon’s Sector 69, played Holi with her friends on Wednesday evening. The group was getting food packed from an eatery around 11pm when the vehicle – identified only as a white car – hit the two of them.Harris died on the spot and her 25-year-old friend Ayank Khandelwal – also a trainee cabin crew member and a resident of Shahdara in Delhi – sustained injuries to his leg and face. Khandelwal is admitted to a hospital in Delhi and his condition is stable.Cops said on Friday the accident was not captured on CCTV camera, but they are checking devices installed nearby for any clues about the driver and the car.An FIR has been registered at the Kherki Daula station under IPC sections 279 (rash driving or riding on a public way), 304A (causing death by negligence) and 337 (whoever causes hurt to any person by doing any act so rashly or negligently as to endanger human life, or the personal safety of others).In his statement to the police, Khandelwal said he, Harris and four other colleagues who work with the same airline, got together to celebrate Holi in Gurgaon on Wednesday.He picked up three friends – Jatin, Rahul Tomar and Shivam Sharma from Shahdara, and Manvi from Dwarka – in his Chevrolet Beat in the evening. The five reached Harris’s PG facility around 7pm, he said.After playing Holi, Harris asked all of them to stay for the night at her PG room. “Jatin left to go back home, but all of us agreed to stay as we were tired. Manvi needed permission from her PG facility to stay out for the night, so we briefly went to Dwarka and returned to Gurgaon,” Khandelwal said.Around 10.15pm, Khandelwal said he parked his car on the service lane to get food from an eatery, ND Hotel, along the highway. Tomar went to the eatery to check an hour later if their order was ready. Sharma and Manvi were still sitting inside the car.Harris and Khandelwal, who were standing on the roadside opposite to the eatery, decided they too would go and get an update on their order.”We were crossing the service lane when a white car hit Anna and I. Both of us fell on the road,” Khandelwal said in his complaint to police.The 25-year-old said he couldn’t identify the car or note down the registration number. The friends informed Harris’s PG owners, who called the cops and her family. She was rushed to the Civil Hospital in Sector 10, where doctors declared her dead. “When our team reached the hospital, doctors told us Harris had died and Khandelwal was injured, but he could give a statement. An autopsy report is awaited, and we have handed over Harris’s body to her family. We are looking for CCTV footage of the area to identify the vehicle. Teams have been formed to nab the accused,” said inspector Rajender Singh, SHO of Kherki Daula police station.Police officers also told TOI they don’t know exactly which direction the car was coming from. Though traffic moves in one direction on the highway carriageway, vehicles tend to move in either direction on the service lane. Last year, Gurgaon recorded 1,040 accidents that claimed the lives of 404 people. Of these, 137 were pedestrians.Hit-and-run accidents aren’t uncommon in the city. An elderly man waiting to cross a road and a labourer riding a motorcycle were mowed down by an SUV on the Dhankot-Basai road on March 5.