New Delhi, June 4: A man was killed and his friend was critically injured after a Ferrari car in which they were traveling crashed into the parapet of a flyover on National Highway 6 in Howrah city of West Bengal. The incident took place on Sunday, a news agency ANI reported. Also Read - CBI Raids 40 Places Across 3 States In Connection With Illegal Coal Trade

According to reports, the accident occurred at 9:30 am in Domjur arear. The vehicle was allegedly coming at a high speed from Dankuni and was approaching a bridge on the NH 6 when it crashed into a divider, PTI quoted a police official as saying. Also Read - IRCTC Latest News: 54 Non-suburban Passenger Trains to Run in West Bengal From Dec 2

Speaking on this, a senior police official told the news agency, “Prima facie it seems that Shibaji Roy, a man in his early 30s, was driving the car. His friend Ashna Surana (21) was seated next to him. While Roy was declared dead on his arrival at a private hospital in Kolkata, Surana was admitted with serious injuries.”

The two passengers were removed from the mangled remains of the smashed car by the locals, along with the police officers, the agency reported.

According to Zee reports, the car was traveling at a speed of 150 km/hour. There are still doubts regarding why the anti-locking system failed. It normally comes handy when the car loses control. According to police, the car powerful thudded against a pipe after hitting the divider.

(With agency inputs)