Indian Student Death in Canada: A 20-year-old Indian student was crossing a street in Toronto when a pick-up truck hit the student and dragged him for a long distance. Canada: An Indian student has died in the Canadian city of Toronto. A 20-year-old Indian student was crossing a street in Toronto when he was hit by a pickup truck and dragged for a long distance, killing him. In a report published on Friday (November 25) by local news website cbc.ca, quoting the deceased’s cousin named Parveen Saini, it has been written that the deceased Karthik Saini had gone to Canada in August 2021 to study.
The student is a resident of the Karnal district of Haryana.
It is also being claimed in this report that the family of deceased Kartik Parveen is a resident of Karnal district in the Indian state of Haryana. His cousin Parveen Saini said that the student’s relatives who had gone to Canada had been informed about his death. At the same time, Parveen Saini has appealed to the Toronto administration and the Canadian government for help in this matter by tweeting. Parveen has written on social media that after the death of her brother, help us with the legal procedures to take his body to India.
College administration issued mail.
The report further states that the student was studying at Sheridan College in Canada, which has been confirmed by the college management. In the mail issued by the college, it has been said that we are deeply saddened by the sudden demise of Karthik’s student. We extend our heartfelt condolences to Karthik’s family, his friends, and his teachers.
Canada Police built a temporary memorial.
According to news agency PTI, the police said that the fatal accident took place at the intersection of Yonge Street and St. Clair Avenue at around 4.30 pm on Wednesday. Where Toronto Police erected a temporary memorial at the crash site. Toronto police said in a press release Thursday that a bicyclist died after being struck and dragged by a pickup truck. Toronto Police Service spokeswoman Constable Laura Brabant said the accident is under investigation.