Indian student killed in car accident in Australia

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In Australia, multicultural and multilingual broadcaster SBS Punjabi reported that the incident took place last week at 7 am local time on Canberra’s William Howell Drive when Chopra was returning from work.

A 21-year-old Indian student has died in a car accident in Canberra, Australia. This information was given in the news published in the media. According to the media, the slain student Kunal Chopra was originally from Hoshiarpur district of Punjab and was living in Australia on a student visa. In Australia, multicultural and multilingual broadcaster SBS Punjabi reported that the incident took place last week at 7 am local time on Canberra’s William Howell Drive when Chopra was returning from work.

According to SBS Punjabi, Chopra’s car rammed into a concrete pumping truck. According to preliminary investigation, Chopra’s car had gone in the wrong direction due to which it collided with a truck coming to Canberra. According to the news, Chopra was declared dead on the spot. This is the first fatal road accident in Canberra this year (2023). Acting Inspector of Road Policing, Travis Mills, said the Road Accident Investigation Team is probing the accident involving Chopra. Chopra had come to Australia in February last year.

SBC Punjabi quoted Chopra’s cousin Honey Malhotra, who lives in Canberra, as saying, “We are heartbroken and her family back home is shattered.” are doing. Friend and community representative Gurpreet Singh Gill said the tragedy had shocked the close-knit Indian community in Canberra. “We are also in touch with his family and the Indian High Commission, which is helping to send Chopra’s mortal remains to India,” he said. Gill appealed to the youth to be careful on the road.

Disclaimer:Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news has been published from PTI-language feed.



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