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Massachusetts collision kills three Indian students: On Thursday, a two-vehicle crash in western Massachusetts killed three Indian university students studying in Connecticut.

Five more people were hospitalized after the Sheffield incident around 5:30 am on Tuesday. According to the Berkshire district attorney’s office.

According to officials, a southbound pickup vehicle with only a driver and a northbound minivan carrying seven passengers collided.

The district attorney’s office, six passengers in the minivan were students at the University of New Haven. And one was a student at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield.

Prosecutors named the three victims who passed away at the scene Prem Kumar Reddy Goda, 27; Pavani Gullapally, 22; and Sai Narasimha Patamsetti, 22. All four survivors from the vehicle were between the ages of 22 and 23.

The institution verified that Goda enroll at Sacred Heart to complete his master’s degree in computer science.

College of business and technology dean Catherine McCabe said Prem’s family, friends, and everyone who knew him are in our prayers.

New Haven Dean of Students Ophelie Rowe-Allen said Patamsetti was a business analytics graduate student and Gullapally in civil engineering.

The truck’s 46-year-old resident driver. The accident’s cause is still look into.

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