M. Shaikh, another witness and an injured who was examined Tuesday, said he saw Salman Khan standing at the accident site after he (Shaikh) was helped out from below the car by people there.
"It was a big white car. I saw Salman Khan after I was rescued and there were two other people but I did not recognise them," Shaikh told the court.
Shaikh, who was later admitted to the Bhabha Hospital with a fracture, said he was sleeping with Narullah and others outside the bakery at the time of the accident.
Later, he learnt that Narullah died in the accident.
In his cross-examination, Shaikh said he did not see Salman Khan helping out in the rescue work as he (Shaikh) was under the vehicle for 10-15 minutes and could not see who was around.
"Police took away the vehicle, but I cannot say how it was taken away. Narullah and I were under the vehicle and screaming for help. Local taxi drivers and bakery workers who rescued us were shouting that Salman Khan was responsible for the accident," Shaikh said.
Shaikh said he informed police about Salman Khan meeting with an accident. "But I can't say why this was not recorded by police in my statement," he added.
The two witnesses' testimony came Tuesday, the second day after the hearing resumed in the retrial in the hit-and-run case.
Salman Khan faced an additional charge of culpable homicide not amounting to murder which attracts a 10-year jail term.
On Monday, two witnesses testified and identified Salman Khan, while last month, three other witnesses had testified before the court and also identified the actor in the case in which the retrial started April 28.
Salman Khan is accused of driving his SUV onto a pavement in Bandra Sep 28, 2002, in which one person was killed and four other injured.
On Dec 5, 2013, a Mumbai court ordered retrial in the case.