2 talented Bangladeshi students died road accident in USA
Noman Ibne Sabit: Two talented expatriate Bangladeshi students were killed in a tragic road accident in New Jersey, USA. One of them is a second-year electrical engineering student at MIT in Boston, Massachusetts, and the other is a computer science student at the University of Southern California. This road accident happened last Friday night in the Bangladeshi-populated city of Paterson, New Jersey. It is said that three more of their friends were injured in the accident.
Shahriar Uddin Ahmed (19), a second-year student of electrical engineering at MIT, died at the scene of the accident. Shakil Ali (19), a computer science student at the University of Southern California, died after being taken to the nearby St. Joseph University Hospital. The other three are under treatment at the same hospital.
The injured are Tahmidur Chowdhury (19), Subrata Chowdhury (19) and Yaswa Rivera (18).
Passaic County prosecutors and Little Falls police in New Jersey said.
The Passaic County Prosecutor and Little Falls Police in New Jersey state that the victims were in a Jeep on a road in the Bangladeshi-dominated city of Paterson, New Jersey on Friday night when their vehicle suddenly collided with a Mercedes.
The Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office said the cause of the crash is under investigation. The bodies of the two deceased friends were in the morgue till Sunday. It will be handed over to the relatives after the post-mortem.