3 Indians die in an accident in Brampton, Canada world News
Three young men from India have been identified as victims in a tragic accident in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) in the early hours of Thursday.
The accident occurred at approximately 1:30 a.m. Thursday in the Town of Brampton. The three young men were identified as Hrithik Chhabra, 23, his younger brother Rohan, 22, and their friend Gaurav Vasge, 24.
According to Peel Regional Police, or PRP, officers arrived at the scene and found three young adults, who were pronounced dead at the scene. Initial police information indicates that there may be a second vehicle involved. Police found that car and detained who they believe to be its driver, and that person is awaiting charges related to this incident.
The PRP said “high speed” was involved in the potential collision as “vehicles made contact.”
The brothers were recent graduates of Seneca College, where they met Vassge. The three shared a basement apartment in Brampton.
The brothers worked at Savage Beauty Salon in the city. Its owner, Tirath Gill, was deeply saddened by the loss, telling the Hindustan Times: “I am very sad. They were like my family. We worked together every week for forty hours.” The tragedy was compounded by the fact that Hrithik Chhabra was celebrating his birthday with his younger brother and Gaurav. Vasj, so they went out late that night.
The Chhabra brothers were from Chandigarh while Vasj was from Pune.
Gill said they were probably returning home after dinner because the accident happened near where they live. The Volkswagen Jetta they were traveling in collided with a pole and possibly killed them.
Their friends started an online fundraising campaign to raise money to return Fasge’s remains to India and cover the Chapras family’s funeral expenses.
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