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March 24, 2009

Four Andhra youths killed in road mishap in America

The death of four young students in an accident in United States has come in wake of several such recent deaths of Indian students in mishaps in America.

There have been an alarming rise in incidents involving death of young students from Andhra Pradesh in mysterious circumstances that range from mishaps, shooting on the campus or suicide. The latest incident has again alarmed the residents of the State.

The four youths including three girls were returning home when their car was hit by an off-duty police officer's car. The woman police official was allegedly drunk while driving.

The four victims including three girls Anusha Anumolu, Anita Lakshami, Priya Muppvarapu and the young man, Satya Chinta, were pursuing MS (Information Technology) at a university in Charleston.

The policewoman Chrissy Miller was driving her SUV that crashed into the Honda car in which the four youths were travelling. They had gone to an Indian restaurant and were returning home.

Large number of techies from Hyderabad and other cities across AP go to United States of America (USA) every year for better fortune. But parents are wary after repeated incidents involving deaths of youngsters abroad.

TIH Bureau

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