Bilaspur. Road Accident In Bilaspur: At eight o’clock on Saturday night, a speeding trailer coming from Korba side caught two bike-borne youths. In the accident, the youths died on the spot after coming under the wheels of the trailer. After three hours of effort, the police overturned the trailer with the help of a crane and got the bodies out. Thereafter they were identified as youths resident of Paunsara. The incident has been reported to the relatives of the deceased. The post-mortem of the dead will be conducted on Sunday.
Ratanpur police station in-charge Harvinder Singh said that the driver of a speeding trailer coming from Korba’s side in Karra, Ratanpur, while driving recklessly, caught the bike riders. In the accident, the bike riders Shyam Prasad Bhargava and Rakesh Qureshkar, residents of Paunsara of Koni area, died on the spot. At the same time, the driver of the trailer left the vehicle and fled. Neighbors informed the police about it. On this the police team reached the spot. The dead body of the youth was buried in the soil after being pressed by the wheels of the trailer.
The trailer driver had fled from the spot. Due to this, the police started having trouble in extracting the dead body. Meanwhile, it started raining. After this, the police called for a crane and overturned the trailer on the side of the road. After the trailer overturned, the police identified the dead body and informed the relative about the incident. At the same time, the body has been sent to Ratanpur Hospital for post-mortem. The post-mortem will be conducted on Sunday in the presence of the relatives of the deceased. At the same time, the police is looking for the trailer driver in the case.
Vehicles queued for three hours
After the roadside accident in Karra, there was a queue of vehicles. Police reached the spot and rectified the traffic system. Simultaneously, the effort to get the dead body started. Meanwhile, there was a traffic jam on the spot. Meanwhile, due to rain, the police had to face difficulty in getting the traffic normal.