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Tragic Road Accident Claims Lives of Seven Assam Engineering College Students in Guwahati


Engineering College Students Accident in Guwahati

A heartbreaking incident occurred in the early hours of Monday, resulting in the loss of life for at least seven students from Assam Engineering College (AEC) due to a road accident in Guwahati's Jalukbari area.


The unfortunate incident took place at 1.00 am today on the Jalukbari Flyover road, when the driver of the Scorpio car, with the registration number As 01 GC 8829, lost control and veered across the divider, colliding with a Bolero DI pickup van approaching from Guwahati's opposite lane, according to reliable sources.


Engineering College Students Accident in Guwahati

Preliminary information suggests that ten individuals were traveling in the rented vehicle, which belonged to the students, at the time of the accident.


Tragically, seven of them lost their lives instantly, while the remaining three were rushed to Guwahati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) in critical condition.


The names of the students who lost their lives in this devastating accident are as follows:


1. Arindam Bhallal from Guwahati

2. Niyor Deka from Golaghat

3. Kaushik Mohan from Charaideo

4. Upangshu Sarmah from Nagaon

5. Rajkiran Bhuyan from Majuli

6. Emon Gayan from Dibrugarh

7. Kaushik Baruah from Mangaldoi


The critically injured students are as follows:


1. Arpan Bhuyan from Jorhat

2. Arnab Chakraborty from Bongaigaon

3. Mrinmoy Borah from Jorhat


Furthermore, three individuals who were present in the Bolero DI pickup before the collision also suffered critical injuries and have been transferred to GMCH. They have been identified as Muzammil Haque and Yusuf Ali from Nalbari, and Rajib Ali from Barpeta.


Engineering College Students Accident in Guwahati

Upon receiving information about the incident, the police promptly arrived at the scene, although they were unable to save the victims, who had already succumbed to their injuries.


Meanwhile, AEC students have gathered at GMCH, where the critically injured students are receiving treatment. They have obstructed media personnel from reporting on the incident.


It has been revealed that two of the deceased individuals were unsuccessful candidates in the recent Students Union election at the college.

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