Body found stuck in car on on Yamuna Expressway

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Body found stuck in car on on Yamuna Expressway

Wednesday, 08 February 2023 | PNS | Lucknow

The body of a man was found stuck at the other end of a car moving towards Noida on the Yamuna Expressway, police said on Tuesday. As per reports, the car was heading towards Noida from Agra when the body caught the attention of security personnel at a toll booth in Mathura’s Mant.

The car was being driven by Virendra Singh (of Delhi), who is currently being interrogated by the police. “There was a thick fog cover on the expressway on Monday night and the visibility was low due to which the man might have been met the accident and his body got stuck in the car,” Virendra Singh was quoted as saying by Superintendent of Police (Dehat) Trigun Bisen.

People in the nearby villages were being summoned to help in ascertaining the identity of the deceased while further probe was underway.

Meanwhile, a speeding car going from Fatehpur in Prayagraj towards Kanpur hit a youth standing on the highway. The youth, dragged for about three kilometres, died later. Reports said that the man in his late 20s was standing on the side of the highway in Rewari village of Kalyanpur police station in Fatehpur district late Monday evening. At the same time, a car going from Prayagraj towards Kanpur hit him. He got stuck in the vehicle which dragged him for about three kilometres.

All this while, people kept trying to stop the car but the driver did not stop due to which the man died. The errant driver fled the spot. The police made efforts to ascertain the identity of the deceased, but to no avail.

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