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Video goes LIVE before Fatal collision, footage shows BMW car crashing at 230 km/h on Purvanchal Expressway, 4 killed

The accident happened on Friday, when a speeding car rammed into a container on the expressway. When the accident happened, the BMW car was moving towards a speed of 300 kmph. Then the car collided with a container truck coming from the opposite direction and it blew up.

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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Lucknow: In a chilling footage, A BMW car running at a speed of 230 kmph has crashed on the Purvanchal Expressway in Uttar Pradesh, in which four people died on spot. Before the car crash, a live video of inside car gone viral on social media, in which before the car crash, the driver was told that the speed should hit 300 kms. During this, a companion can be heard saying that all four will die.. and after a while that thing became true.

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The video, tragically, also features a prophetic comment from one of the victims, who said “charo marenge (all four of us will die)”, while livestreaming the speedometer of the luxury car.

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The BMW car was on its way from Sultanpur to Delhi, and one of the passengers was streaming a live video on Facebook from inside the car to display the speedometer.

The accident happened on Friday, when a speeding car rammed into a container on the expressway. When the accident happened, the BMW car was moving towards a speed of 300 kmph. Then the car collided with a container truck coming from the opposite direction and it blew up. All four died on the spot.

Dr Anand Prakash, 35, who was a professor at a private medical college in Rohtas, was allegedly driving the vehicle while one of his co-passengers was seen prompting him to touch a speed of 300 kmph. can be heard. Ironically, just before encouraging the driver to increase the speed, he also said during the live stream that “charo marenge” and it turned out to be true.

Dr Prakash also asked all his co-travellers to fasten their seat belts and assured them that he would speed up the car if a long deserted road was found on the road.

The video showed a can being held next to the driver and the person streaming the video abusing him, although it was not confirmed whether any of them were under the influence of alcohol.

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