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Two Telangana students die in road mishap in US
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Two Telangana students die in road mishap in US

| @indiablooms | 23 Apr 2024, 08:59 am

Two Indian youths from Telangana, who were studying computer science engineering course at a university in Arizona State, died in a road mishap near Phoenix city, Arizona, on Sunday.

The two deceased persons were identified as Mukka Nivesh, 20, from Huzurabad in Karimnagar district and Gautham, 19, from Shivunipally village in Jangaon district.

They met with a tragic end after a speeding unidentified vehicle rammed into the car they were travelling in near Phoenix city, sources told The Hindu.

Nivesh was a second-year computer science engineering student at the Arizona State University.

He was the grandson of well-known doctor Mukka Krishnamurthy, Telangana Today reported.

The Arizona Police have started investigating the incident.

The family members are now trying to bring back the body.

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