Hathras: The bicycle collided with the barrier on the expressway, two brothers died

Hathras: Bicycle damaged in accident on the Yamuna Expressway.
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Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Sadabad (Hathras)
A speeding bicycle collided with a cordon on the Yamuna Expressway near the village of Midhavali in the May Chowki area on Sunday morning. In the accident, two brothers riding the bike died on the spot. After the incident, the police and the highway team also arrived. Police sent the body to Hathras District Hospital for an autopsy.
According to the information, 32-year-old son Ghurelal and 38-year-old son Jagdish of Bala Ahirwar of Ujra Chhatarpur Madhya Pradesh returned from Noida via the Yamuna Expressway. Meanwhile, on the Yamuna Express, their bikes were unbalanced and collided with the barrier on the expressway, causing both of them to fall onto the road, seriously injuring themselves and dying on the spot.
The information was passed on to the relatives via the Aadhar card found in the pocket of a deceased person, after which the family members also reached the place. After the incident, the family was in poor condition from crying. After the panchnama was filled, the police sent the bodies to Hathras District Hospital for an autopsy.

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Sadabad (Hathras)

A speeding bicycle collided with a cordon on the Yamuna Expressway near the village of Midhavali in the May Chowki area on Sunday morning. In the accident, two brothers riding the bike died on the spot. After the incident, the police and the highway team also arrived. Police sent the body to Hathras District Hospital for an autopsy.

According to the information, 32-year-old son Ghurelal and 38-year-old son Jagdish of Bala Ahirwar of Ujra Chhatarpur Madhya Pradesh returned from Noida via the Yamuna Expressway. Meanwhile, on the Yamuna Express, their bikes were unbalanced and collided with the barrier on the expressway, causing both of them to fall onto the road, seriously injuring themselves and dying on the spot.

The information was passed on to the relatives via the Aadhar card found in the pocket of a deceased person, after which the family members also reached the place. After the incident, the family was in poor condition from crying. After the panchnama was filled, the police sent the bodies to Hathras District Hospital for an autopsy.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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