Three Bangladeshi students were killed in a tragic road accident in Toronto, Canada. Another one was seriously injured. The accident happened last Monday at 11.30pm local time, reports CBC News.
According to the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), a vehicle was involved in an accident on Highway 427 at West Dundas Street in Toronto. At that time of the accident, the car had been speeding. It overturned after hitting the road divider and caught fire immediately.
There were four passengers in the car at the time of the accident. They are all Bangladeshis. Police said they were staying in Toronto on student visas.
Three of them died on the spot. The remaining one sustained serious injuries and is undergoing treatment at a local hospital. However, the police did not release the names of the injured students.
The police didn’t disclose the identities of the victims of the accidents. However, according to the Bangladeshi expatriates in Canada, the deceased are Shahriar Khan, Angela Baroi and Aryan Dipto.
However, the names and identities of the injured student could not be confirmed.
According to the police, one of the dead students was a 20-year-old woman. The other two are 20 and 17 years old. And the injured student is 21 years old. He was driving the car. The police are carrying out an investigation into the incident.