Two men are killed in creepy collisions after their car drives into Mitsubishi, driven by a man in his sixties in Greater Manchester
- The police were called by the ambulance service to Bolton Road, Swinton at 6.55 am
- Two men between 30 and 40 years old were pronounced dead on the spot
- The man in his sixties was taken to hospital, where he remains in a serious condition
Two men died in a horrific crash after their car hit a Mitsubishi driven by a man in his sixties in Greater Manchester.
The police were called by the ambulance service to Bolton Road, Swinton at 6.55 am.
The two men, aged between 30 and 40, were pronounced dead on the spot due to their injuries. They drove a Renault Megane.
The man in his sixties was taken to hospital with serious injuries. He remains there in a stable condition.
Two men, aged between 30 and 40, died as a result of the horror bots on Bolton Road, Swinton
The emergency services stayed on site this afternoon to conduct the investigation.
A broken 4×4 and taxi was also spotted on the scene behind the police band this morning.
A spokesman for the Greater Manchester Police said no arrests have been made.
PC Karl Horner, of GMP’s Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said: “This is an absolutely tragic incident, in which two people have very unfortunately lost their lives.
“Our thoughts are with their family in this incredibly disturbing and difficult time.
“Our thoughts also remain with the man being treated in the hospital – we hope he recovers as soon as possible.
The crash between a Renault Megane and Mitsubishi happened before 6.55 am today
The road remains closed in both directions while the police start an investigation into the crash
“We have specially trained agents who support affected family members.
“We hope we can bring some comfort to the distraught relatives by carefully examining the circumstances that led to two people losing their lives this morning.”
He added: ‘I would appeal directly to anyone who saw a vehicle leading up to the incident – do you have any dashcam footage or information that could help us?
“I urge you to contact us as soon as possible so that we can continue our investigation.”