Indian envoy Ajay Bisaria expressed his condolences to the families of the students.
Toronto: Five Indian students were killed in a road crash in Europe following the passenger vehicle they were in collided with a tractor-trailer on the Ontario road on Saturday, Indian Large Commissioner to Europe Ajay Bisaria claimed on Monday.
Using Twitter, the Indian envoy expressed his condolences to the students’ families and claimed the Indian embassy in Toronto provides all possible help to the friends of the victims.
“Heart-breaking tragedy in Europe: 5 Indian students passed away in an automobile crash near Toronto on Saturday. Two of the others are in the hospital. My deepest condolences to the people of the victims. @IndiainToronto group in touch with friends of the victims for support,” Mr Bisaria tweeted.
According to Quinte West Ontario Provincial Authorities (OPP), the killed students were determined as Harpreet Singh, Jaspinder Singh, Karanpal Singh, Mohit Chouhan, and Pawan Kumar.
Outside Affairs Minister S Jaishankar also condoled the demise of Indian students killed in the accident.
“Profoundly mourn the driving out of 5 Indian students in Canada. Condolences with their families. Pray for the healing of these injured. @IndiainToronto will provide all essential support and support,” the minister tweeted.
The authorities claimed that two different individuals were taken to a regional hospital with serious injuries following the accident, adding that a study of the crash was underway.
Officials added that these were all students in the Better Toronto and Montreal parts.