One dead in M1 horror crash

M1 motorcycle accident: One death in horror M1 accident: Accidents multiply like wildfire and it’s so mood-spoiling to write death due to raid accidents. Our life is so precious and it is our responsibility to protect ourselves and even our loved ones too. We may be careless for ourselves, but we have to think of our loved ones because our life is not just ours, it’s also our families’ life, so we have to drive slowly. High speed is the main cause of many road accidents. This also leads to an increase in the fatality rate due to the accident in the first week of this month compared to the last week of the previous month. Follow more updates at GetIndiaNews.com

M1 motorcycle accident

So there we are going to blame you guys with the terrible road accident for the motorist. He lost his life in this dramatic and heartbreaking accident. The incident was devastating and heartbreaking to all of you to know that he tragically lost his life. You must be eager to know how he lost his life and what happened? Then in this article below, you will be updated with a full incident.

An accident happened on Friday afternoon and this is leading to an imposition on the southbound lanes of the M1. This happened at 3pm and other drivers on the road were stopped and they were informed by the police after which there was a closure at the scene of the incident. Once there, officers call for help. It was a single motorcycle accident and happened tragically that the motorist is no longer. While in the same place there was the death of the 79-year-old man and he tragically lost his left on Thursday.

According to the sources, the motorcyclist was traveling from an intersection. He was rescued by orders but when paramedics took him to hospital, and there he was announced dead. You will be shocked to learn that there were nearly thirteen riders who lost their lives in the crash in February last year. According to research, it is clear that nearly 90% of deaths are due to speeding. There is still a preliminary investigation, Assistant Commissioner Ben Marcus said. He also said nearly 56% of runners avoided wearing helmets. So, as we said above, our responsibility is our responsibility first.

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