Two deaths and one seriously injured was the fatal balance that left an uneven and strong conflict between a car and a motorcycle that took place in the early hours of this Saturday in the neighborhood of Industry in the north of the city.
According to the municipal authorities, the drivers of the two vehicles passed the red lights indicated by the traffic lights at the intersection of Convención de 1914 and Independencia avenues, which caused the fatal crash.
The victims were identified as Josué Jiménez López, 24, and Marco Antonio Hernández Gaytán, 21, who were riding an Italika motorcycle, model 2019, red and black in color, with an Aguascalientes license plate.
The injured was 29-year-old Emmanuel, who was driving a white 2009 Volkswagen Bora car with United States license plates.
According to an expert report by the Highway Police officers who learned of the accident, the motorist was traveling through Convention in the west-east lanes, while the motorcyclist was traveling through Independence in the south-north direction.
When they had come to the highway, neither of the two horsemen would stop their march, notwithstanding that they stopped at the traffic lights, and thus made a clash with each other.
After the collision, the car turned 40 degrees to the left and jumped the median, crossing the opposite lanes at the end, crashing into the metal structure of the pedestrian bridge, for which Emmanuel was locked in the cab.
Two motorcycles, on their part, were thrown from the “iron jack” and sent over the vehicular stream.
Paramedics from the Municipal Coordination of Civil Protection arrived at the site moments later and confirmed that they were already dead.
Elements of the Municipal Fire Department also attended, who were in charge of rescuing the motorist with the help of hydraulic tools with the help of “molars of life”, so that he was later transferred to Hospital 1 social security to receive medical attention, since he had serious injuries. .
The bodies of the deceased motorcyclist were removed by elements of the Expert Service and transferred to SEMEFO for necropsies.
The material damage was estimated at about 100,000 pesos.