Sinaloa.- In the first minutes of this Thursday, the driver of a motorcycle died when skidding and crashing against a metal fence located in front of the box gym of the Lomas del Ébano expansion of the city of Mazatlán.
The identity of the deceased was not established at that time, as he did not carry identification credentials.
It was only established that he was wearing black shorts, a hangover shirt and black tennis shoes.
He would be approximately 20 years old. Paramedics from Grupo Cobras received the accident report and on board a rescue unit they mobilized to Valle de México street, where according to the report there was a person injured by accident.
The team of emergency medical technicians arrived minutes later at the scene and found a man lying on his back with a trace of blood on his face and head.
During the pre-hospital check-up, the rescuers found that the man did not register vital signs. Then they reported to the corresponding authority.
According to the preliminary report, the cause of death was head trauma. He would have hit his head on a metal pipe that supported the metal fence.
Apparently he was not wearing the safety helmet required by regulations to drive a motorcycle. A recent model vehicle remained at the site, as evidence of the fatal accident.
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Municipal police officers were in charge of cordoning off the area of the tragedy so that Public Ministry personnel could carry out the expert report.