3 Bangladeshis killed in Australia road crash

3 Bangladeshis killed in Australia road crash


Dhaka – At least three Bangladeshi nationals were killed Saturday in a fatal road crash at Kakadu Highway in Darwin, the capital city of Northern Territory of Australia.
The crash occurred at 12.30pm on Saturday, reports ABC News.Seven young people – all believed to be members of the Top End’s Bangladeshi student community – were travelling from Jabiru to Cooinda in a Toyota Landcruiser on Saturday afternoon when it crashed on the Kakadu Highway.

Four women were injured in the crash and are in a stable condition in Royal Darwin hospital, the report said.NT Police Acting Assistant Commissioner Commander Tony Fuller said the accident occurred when the 29-year-old driver lost control on a large, sweeping bend.

Two of the injured people might have limbs amputated, and another had a severe head injury, police said.”The two rear passengers were able to escape, the driver and front passenger were unable to escape, and they have died at the scene,” police said.UNB


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