14-year-old biker dies after being hit by speeding truck, injuring two | Bhopal News

Bhopal: Two people died in two road accidents in the city on Saturday. In the first incident, a 14-year-old boy on a bicycle died while his two relatives escaped injured after an unidentified high-speed truck hit their motorbike on Friday. Eintkhedi SHO Rakesh Verma said the late Manish resided with his family in Bhaisakheri village in Khajuri Sadak.
Friday evening, he went to offer prayer in a temple located in Tarawali with two relatives. As they were riding home on a motorcycle, a high-speed truck slammed into their motorcycle from behind as they cycled across the road. The SHO said the driver of the vehicle charged managed to escape after the incident. After receiving information on the spot, an FRV from Eintkhedi police station rushed and took the injured man to a hospital where Manish was pronounced dead. A case has been filed against the driver of the accused vehicle and efforts are underway to arrest him.
In another accident, a 33-year-old man on a bicycle died while his sister-in-law was seriously injured, after a high-speed car hit their motorbike near Balampur Ghati in the locality of Sukhi-Sewania on Saturday evening .
Police said the late Kamlesh, a resident of Ahmadpur village in Sehore, worked as a private employee.
Saturday around 8:35 p.m., while he was going to the wedding of a relative accompanied by his sister-in-law, an unidentified black quad rider crashed into their motorcycle.

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