Mumbai: Two bikers found dead under 2 cars on JJ flyover
Yet another accident on the JJ flyover claimed the lives of two bikers. Two men were found dead under two cars on the flyover late on Sunday night; one of the vehicles was a Mercedes Benz
Yet another accident on the JJ flyover has claimed the lives of two bikers. The two men were found dead under two cars on the flyover late on Sunday night and one of the vehicles was identified as a Mercedes Benz.
Even though two-wheelers are banned on the JJ flyover, many bikers choose to zoom on it. File pic
According to the MRA Marg police, they received a call about the accident around 10.45 pm and the accident took place in the middle of the flyover at around 10.30 pm. When cops arrived on the spot, they found the two bikers both between 25 and30 years old under the two cars.
The incident allegedly involves at least three cars. According to the investigating officer from MRA Marg police station, “We are still trying to ascertain how the accident actually took place. When we reached the spot, we found two bikers dead on the spot.
It seems three to five cars were involved in a collision and claimed these two lives.” Police have arrested the drivers of the Mercedes and the other car, while a hunt for a third motorist is still on.
At the time of going to press, police were still conducting a panchnama on the spot and senior officials were arriving there. The bodies of the two men were still to be picked up and taken to hospital.
Traffic had come to a standstill on the flyover, and police were clearing the road to resume vehicular flow. Police suspect the two motorcycles and a few cars collided with each other at one of the turns of the bridge.