2 friends went out to take trial of sports bike, died painfully
2 friends went out to take trial of sports bike, died painfully

Indore: A man died during a bike trail in Indore, the financial capital of Madhya Pradesh. According to the news, two friends had come out to take a trial of the new sports bike. He ran the motorcycle at a high speed. During this, the motorcycle collided with a divider. Due to this both of them were seriously injured and were admitted to the hospital. Where one died during the treatment. On receiving the news of the incident, the police reached the spot and sent the body for post-mortem.  

The incident took place around 12 am on Sunday in front of Toul Kant on Nemawar Road under the Bhanwarkuan police station area. In which a person named Sonu Chauhan died. While Shubham Rajput, who was riding a motorcycle, suffered serious injuries. Sonu used to work in a courier company and Shubham is a bookkeeper somewhere. One of their common friend, Yash, had bought a sports motorcycle. who deals in building materials. All the friends were taking a trial of that motorcycle.  

Sonu and Shubham also went out to take a trial of the motorcycle. Shubham Rajput was riding the motorcycle and Sonu was sitting behind him. The speeding car hit the divider. In which, Sonu was seriously injured and died during the treatment. After this incident, Sonu's family is crying badly. He was the only son of his family. His sister was to get married in February. Police said that as soon as the news of the accident was received, the injured persons were taken to the hospital by ambulances. Where a person named Sonu died. In the investigation, it has been found that the speed of the motorcycle was very fast. Due to this, the motorcycle collided with the divider. The matter is being investigated and further action will be taken accordingly.

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