1 killed as bus hits bike, falls off flyover in Gzb
The Times of India Delhi|October 14, 2021
A private bus ferrying three LG employees from Noida to Ghaziabad late on Wednesday fell off a flyover, dropping at least 15 feet, killing a biker in the process, report Avishek Kumar Dubey & Abhijay Jha. Four people — the bus driver, two employees of the firm and a passerby — were injured.
Avishek Kumar Dubey & Abhijay Jha

The condition of the fourth passenger is not yet known.

“The bus lost balance on Bhatia Mor flyover, rammed the divider, skidded to the opposite lane before crashing into the railing,” said Ghaziabad SSP Pawan Kumar. When the bus jumped to the other lane, it hit a biker, who also fell from the flyover with his bike.

Bus hits bike, falls down 15ft from flyover; 1 dead

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