A motorway overpass has collapsed nearby a north-east Italian city of Ancona, murdering two, Italian officials say.
The victims were in a automobile next a overpass when it fell down onto a A14 road, that runs between Loreto and Ancona South.
The fall concerned a proxy structure that was ancillary a bridge, Autostrade, a Italian highways group said.
Two Romanian workers were also injured, Italian media reported.
The dual people who died were a father and wife, creatively from a range of Ascoli Piceno, whose white Nissan Qashqai was dejected as a overpass came down, Ansa news group reported.
The overpass had been sealed to trade for upkeep work, it said.
Ansa quoted a declare named Francesco as observant a fall “happened suddenly” and a womanlike motorist in front of him braked and stopped only 10m (33ft) from a collapsed bridge.
“We were saved by a miracle,” he said.
The influenced highway is now sealed in both directions.
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