Three Bangladeshi students died on Thursday evening after a head-on crash in the north of Winnipeg in Canada.
The accident occurred at around 6:30 am (Bangladesh local time) on Thursday on Highway 7, about 10 kilometres south of the Interlake community of Arborg, according to Royal Canadian Mounted Police, reports CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation).
The deceased are- Aditta Noman, Aranoor Asad Chowdhury, and Rasul Badhan.
All of them were students of the University of Manitoba in Canada. Police said two of the men were 23 while they did not have an age for the third man.
The accident happened at a place outside Winnipeg when the trio went to see northern lights, or aurora borealis. On the way back, the accident occurred.
A southbound vehicle had the three students in it. All were pronounced dead at the scene.