Two men trying to jump a drawbridge gap by going very fast with their car, have died.
The incident happened in Louissiana. Police say two men who were determined to make it across a drawbridge gap by speeding with their car, didn’t make it to the other side.
Alejandro Cazares, 23, and Roberto Alejandro, 32, took to the skies on the Black Bayou Bridge about 6 miles south of Lake Charles at 2 a.m.
Police said one of the men got out of the 2016 Chevrolet Cruze to pull up the gate arm of the bridge so that their car would be able to pass through.
The man got back into the car, and the driver backed up the car as far as he could, and they started accelerating.
It’s reported that their car didn’t even nearly make it.
The car fell into the water and became submerged.
It’s reported that the driver was unable to get out of the vehicle, and drowned. The passenger was able to get out of the vehicle, but was unable to make it to the surface and also drowned.
Both men were pronounced dead at the scene.