Guwahati, May 29
Seven students of Assam Engineering College were killed and six others injured in a road accident in Guwahati on Monday, police said.
Ten third-year students left the college premises in a car early on Monday morning, and their speeding vehicle hit a road divider and then collided with a pick-up van in Jalukbari area of the city, an officer said.
"Seven students died on the spot, while three others were admitted to the Gauhati Medical College and Hospital in a critical condition," he said.
Three occupants of the pick-up van, including the driver, were also critically injured and admitted to the hospital, the officer added.
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