Two students who were triple-riding on a bike in Hyderabad died, after the vehicle failed to make a turn and hit the divider near the Muslim graveyard in Bowenpally on Saturday evening.
In CCTV footage that has emerged, the students can be seen seemingly speeding, due to which the bike fails to take the turn.
As the vehicle hits the divider, all three of them fall on the other side of the road, only to be run over by an approaching lorry.
The Bowenpally police have identified the trio as Anirudh (19), and Vishwa and Akhil, both in their 20s, and stated that they were travelling from Fatehnagar to Patny.
The bike was being driven by Akhil, who suffered a fracture on his leg, while the other two were killed on the spot.
The incident is said to have occurred around 12 in the afternoon.
"Vishwa was supposed to collect some food packet and at the same time give a mobile to his aunt.After completing their task at Fatehnagar, the three friends were returning home. After reaching the graveyard, Akhil, in his bid to overtake a vehicle, revved the bike, but ended up hitting the divider,'' Bowenpally inspector K Kiran told the Times of India.
The TOI report also adds that all three of them were classmates from intermediate, but were pursuing degrees from different colleges. Akhil was rushed to a private hospital with grievous injuries, but his condition was reported to be out of danger.
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