Nivesh Mukka : Tragic Traffic Collision Claims Two Indian Students in US – Firstpost

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Two Indian students tragically lost their lives in a traffic collision near Lake Pleasant in Arizona. The victims, identified as 19-year-old Nivesh Mukka and 19-year-old Goutham Parsi, were international students studying in the United States. The fatal incident occurred on April 20, around 6:18 pm, on Castle Hot Springs Road involving a white 2024 Kia Forte and a red 2022 Ford F150. The cause of the collision is still under investigation, as per the Peoria Police. The Arizona State University is providing support to the friends, roommates, and student groups of the victims during this difficult time.

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Tragic Traffic Collision Claims Lives of Two Indian Students Near Lake Pleasant, Arizona

On April 20th, a devastating traffic collision near Lake Pleasant in Arizona resulted in the loss of two young lives. The victims, identified as 19-year-old Nivesh Mukka and 19-year-old Goutham Parsi, were both international students studying in the United States.

Details of the Incident

The fatal collision occurred around 6:18 pm on Castle Hot Springs Road, just north of State Route 74. It involved two vehicles: a white 2024 Kia Forte and a red 2022 Ford F150. Preliminary investigations indicate that the driver of the red F150 was traveling southbound on Castle Hot Springs Road, while the white Kia Forte was heading northbound.

Unfortunately, the cause of the collision is still under investigation by the Peoria Police. The red F150 had a sole occupant who sustained serious injuries and was rushed to a local hospital. However, the two other occupants in the white Kia Forte tragically lost their lives at the scene of the accident.

Victims Identified

The deceased victims, Nivesh Mukka and Goutham Parsi, both 19 years old and hailing from India, were students pursuing their dreams in the US. Their untimely demise has left a profound impact on the community and their peers.

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Support from Arizona State University

Following the tragic incident, the Arizona State University’s International Students and Scholars Centre has been actively involved in providing support and assistance to those affected by the loss. They are working closely with the dean of students, counselling services, and housing representatives to offer the necessary support to friends, roommates, and student groups of the victims.

As the investigation continues, the community mourns the loss of these two promising young individuals. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families and friends of Nivesh Mukka and Goutham Parsi during this difficult time.