Two Indian students killed in car crash in Arizona

Two Indian students were killed in the US after a speeding vehicle rammed into their car. Both the students killed in Phoenix City of Arizona were from Telangana.

Peoria Police identified the students, both 19, as Mukka Nivesh and Goutham Parsi from India.

The police said the third occupant, driver, of the car had sustained injuries but has been discharged from hospital.

The fatal crash took place on April 20.

This multiple vehicle collision involved two vehicles, a white 2024 Kia Forte and a red 2022 Ford F150, in which they both collided head-on, according to the Arizona police.

“Preliminary investigation shows the driver of the red F150 was travelling southbound on Castle Hot Springs Road while the white Kia Forte was travelling northbound. The cause of this collision is still being investigated,” said the Arizona police.

Nivesh hailed from Huzurabad town in Karimnagar district, and Goutham was from Station Ghanpur in Jangaon district. Both were studying computer science engineering at Arizona State University.

“Our thoughts are with the victims, their families, and everybody who rendered aid during this tragic incident,” said police.

Published By:

Girish Kumar Anshul

Published On:

Apr 22, 2024

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