A man lost his life after being run over early Sunday morning on the Northeast Bypass, in the vicinity of the Gloria Mendiola neighborhood, in the territory of the municipality of Escobedo.
The event was reported 30 minutes after midnight, on the aforementioned road, in the direction of the municipality of Apodaca, at the height of the Camino a San Luis.
It was reported that the victim, who was not identified, is a man between 45 and 50 years old, with a dark complexion, black hair and a thin complexion; He wore a white shirt with cherry, black jacket and pants, as well as cowboy boots made of snakeskin.
Escobedo road authorities flagged the accident and closed the high-speed lane of the road between San Miguel Avenue and the Road to San Luis Potosí.
As a result of this, a driver in an apparent state of drunkenness who did not respect the flag of the traffic officers ended up ramming unit 731 of the Municipal Highway Department from behind, for which the man was arrested and referred to the command, where he would be submitted to medical opinion.
The man’s body was removed from the site late in the morning, after experts from the Institute of Criminalistics and Expert Services collected the evidence of the accident.
Although the responsible driver was not identified, it was reported that the authorities recovered a piece of the face of the unit involved in the incident.
An injured person after being hit on Lázaro Cárdenas avenue
A man was seriously injured after being run over on Saturday night on Lázaro Cárdenas Avenue, near the Las Torres neighborhood, south of Monterrey.
According to witnesses, the man was attacked at around 10:30 p.m. by the driver of a blue Jetta-type car, at the height of Puerto Cortés street.
After the impact, the man was projected between five and seven meters, and then hit the asphalt hard.
The victim between 55 and 60 years old, thin complexion, pearly complexion, and who wore a navy blue shirt, light blue sweatshirt and blue jeans and industrial shoes, was helped by some citizens and rescuers from the Civil Protection of Monterrey.
Later, he was transferred by CRUM paramedics to the University Hospital facilities.