- The mother and son who were on the bike died on the spot after the bike collided with the pickup
- Both the bodies have been sent for post-mortem and the search for the missing driver is on
Saharanpur Road Accident: A mother and son riding a bike died on the spot when a bike collided with a pickup truck on the Delhi-Saharpur highway in Uttar Pradesh on Monday. Saharanpur In this regard, Rural Superintendent of Police Suraj Roy said that this afternoon, 35-year-old Mahipal Saini of Dehat Kotwali Police Station, Manoharpur, was returning to his village on a bike along with his 60-year-old mother Shamo Devi along with Rampur Maniharan. , a mother and son were killed when a pick-up truck carrying vegetables collided with a bike near Jantheda Samaspur.
Roy said the pickup driver tried to run away with the vehicle, but panicked and the pickup overturned, spilling all the vegetables on the road and the driver fled the scene. The police sent the two bodies for post-mortem and are looking for the absconding driver. Police impounded the vehicle.
The body was recovered from the car parked on the roadside
In another incident, a body was recovered from a car parked on the side of the Mayapur-Rupur National Highway in Badshahi Bagh, Roy said. At first glance, it looks like suicide, he said. The deceased has been identified as Manohar (30), a resident of Haridwar, who was missing from his home since July 5, the official said. He said the police are investigating the matter.
One killed, 2 seriously injured in collision between bike and three-wheeler
Meanwhile, in another incident, one person was killed and two others were injured in a collision between a bike and a three-wheeler at Badpura village on Doon Highway in Fatehpur police station area. According to reports, a bike and a three-wheeler collided at Badpura foothills on Dehradun Road, causing the three-wheeler to overturn. As a result, the three-wheeler driver Ilyas, son of Mangamavu from Iltmas, died on the spot. Chota Biharikar, son of Julban, the bike driver who sustained serious injuries, and Jiwala, a resident of Dilshad area, were seriously injured and admitted to the hospital for treatment.