3 Young Indian’s killed in Canada’s Brampton

Three young Indians tragically lost their lives in a devastating road accident in Brampton, Canada. Reetik Chhabra, who was celebrating his 23rd birthday, along with his brother Rohan Chhabra (22) and their friend Gaurav Fasge (24), were killed in a high-speed car crash. The incident occurred in the early hours of Thursday, suspected to be linked to a street race. Peel Regional Police responded to the scene on Bovaird Drive near Chinguacousy Road, where the three young men were found deceased. The crash site bore witness to the severe impact of the collision, with one vehicle abandoned nearby at a gas station.

Authorities have emphasized the role of excessive speed in the tragic event, highlighting the unacceptable rate at which the vehicles were believed to be traveling. While the driver of the second vehicle initially fled the scene, they were later apprehended by law enforcement. As investigations into the circumstances of the accident continue, the community mourns the loss of these promising lives. In response to the tragedy, a fundraising initiative has been launched to support the transportation of the victims’ bodies back to India. The GoFundMe campaign, organized by a cousin of the Chhabra brothers, aims to alleviate the financial burden on the families. The costs associated with repatriating the bodies and arranging funerals are significant, estimated at approximately $12,000 for Gaurav Fasge and $16,000 for each of the Chhabra brothers. The community has rallied together, contributing towards the fundraising goal of $65,000, with any surplus funds intended to support the grieving parents during this difficult time.