Indian Man Dies in Australia Car Accident; Wife Begs for Assistance

At approximately 11:15 p.m. on Monday, Khusdeep Singh’s car crossed the median strip and rolled multiple times when he was travelling along Palmers Road in southwest Melbourne.

According to a media report, a 26-year-old Indian man died when his car crashed and rolled multiple times here in Australia. His wife has made a request for assistance to return his remains to his parents in India. Around 11.15 p.m. on Monday, Khusdeep Singh was travelling down Palmers Road in southwest Melbourne when his car over the median strip and began to roll multiple times, according to Wyndham TV. Singh sadly passed away at the site from his injuries despite the emergency services’ best efforts to revive him.

Although investigators are still determining the precise reason of the disaster, weariness is one possibility. In order to return her husband’s remains to his parents in India, Singh’s spouse, Japneet Kour, an international student who moved to Australia the previous year, started a GoFundMe campaign. She mentioned how her spouse was well-known for having a cheerful attitude on life and for working as a truck driver in Melbourne. Kour has asked people to share the fundraiser widely and is asking for donations of all sizes to help the cause. She begged for forgiveness and acknowledged her appreciation for the sympathies and assistance she had received during this terrible period. The specifics of the collision are still being looked into. Five people from two Indian families in Australia, including two children, were killed in November when a luxurious SUV crashed into a crowded Melbourne pub’s outdoor eating area.

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