New Delhi | Indian Students Killed in Canada: Very sad news has come out from Canada for the country. According to the Indian High Commissioner, 5 Indian students died in a road accident on Canada’s Ontario Highway, while 2 students are said to be injured. Both are being treated in the hospital. In such a situation, for their help, the friends of the victims are being contacted.
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car collided with trailer
Indian Students Killed in Canada: It has come to the fore that this road accident in Canada happened on the Ontario Highway on Saturday. In which five students have died. When the five students were going by car, their car collided with a trailer, in which the students died tragically. Expressing grief over this tragic accident, Indian High Commissioner to Canada Ajay Bisaria has given information about this accident on Monday.
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Heart-breaking tragedy in Canada: 5 Indians students passed away in an auto accident near Toronto on Saturday. Two others in hospital. Deepest condolences to the families of the victims. @IndiainToronto team in touch with friends of the victims for assistance. @MEAIndia
— Ajay Bisaria (@Ajaybis) March 14, 2022
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identity of the dead
According to the Quinte West Ontario Provincial Police regarding the students who were victims of car accidents, the students killed in the accident are named Harpreet Singh, Jaspinder Singh, Karanpal Singh, Mohit Chauhan and Pawan Kumar. Their bodies have been sent for postmortem. Further action will be taken after the report is received.
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