Samikshya Subedi live-streamed final moments before fatal car crash
KATHMANDU, July 30: Samikshya Subedi, 22 had live-streamed a part of her road trip from Sydney to Snowy Mountains while traveling with her friends before the grey Mazda 6, driven by her friends, crashed on the Monaro Highway at Rose Valley near Cooma, southern New South Wales in Australia on early Sunday morning. They were on vacation.
Subedi, a student of Queensford College, Sydney and Gopal Bhandari—believed to be in his 20s—were killed in the crash while three others were injured.
Subedi in the back seat was thrown meters from the car after it clipped a small tree and rolled and slid about 160 meters while Bhandari in the front seat also died at the scene, reported ABC News Australia.
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The driver had lost control while trying to avoid kangaroo or rabbit, according to one of the survivors. The car rolled before landing on its roof.
Among the three injured, Ashwin Kandel, 19, sustained minor injuries and was discharged from the Cooma Hospital on Monday. He returned to Sydney.
The two other injured Sagar Bhattarai and Sangeet Devkota are undergoing treatment at Canberra Hospital, Canberra.
The 10-minute live stream shows Subedi singing and dancing merrily with her friends before the accident.
Friends and family have poured their hearts out on social media, with more than and 76 K views on the video showing Subedi’s final moments.