A road will stay closed “for a while” after the deaths of two people who drove a automotive into a flooded area in Liverpool.
An investigation is ongoing after police acquired a report of concern for the security of a person and a lady inside a black Mercedes on Queens Drive in Mossley Hill at about 9.20pm on Saturday.
They have been discovered on the scene and each have been taken to hospital, the place they have been pronounced useless.
A Liverpool Metropolis Council spokesperson stated on Monday: “This was a tragic incident and our ideas are with these concerned and their households.
“Council officers from highways and Metropolis Watch supported the emergency companies in responding. The road is predicted to stay closed for a while whereas an investigation takes place, and motorists are requested to proceed to keep away from the area.”
Their subsequent of kin have been knowledgeable and formal identification has been made, police stated.
Merseyside Police have been requested by the coroner to additional examine the incident.
The power are interesting to anybody who was on Queens Drive, between North Mossley Hill Road and Dovedale Road at round 9.20pm on Saturday and noticed the incident, or who stopped to attempt to assist or anybody who had any dashcam footage from their automotive to return ahead as quickly as potential.