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Sophia Top Scorer Avantika faced the Most Tragic Death, among the 5 Crushed by the Overloaded Truck


'Life is Unpredictable'

The latest incident, where 5 beautiful people were crushed to death on their way to enjoying a joy ride and a beautiful sunrise at Nahargarh, is a proof to the truth that lies behind this statement. Life has no guarantee. The moments you live are the only thing you have.

Ever since the horrible road accident took place near Chomu House Circle in Jaipur, almost everyone in the city is talking about the misery. It is impossible to imagine how many lives and how many dreams have been crushed under that overloaded truck, which fell over a moving car and killed 5 people. The ones who dies include a newly engaged couple Roshni and Rahul, Roshni's sister Jyoti (32), Roshni's nephew Nitesh (19) and niece Avantika (18).

The most tragic death

None of us can imagine the pain, the restlessness and the fear of being crushed under a truck and tonnes of salt bags, and the kind of painful, unpredictable death all 5 of them have suffered. But among the 5, it was Avantika whose end was the most tragic of all.

Do you want to know why we are calling it the most tragic? Well, because, she was still breathing.

The accident occurred around 4 a.m. but it took the police around half an hour to get informed about the accident and then reach the spot. Even when the police reached the spot, they could only see sacks of salt and started removing them. Only after doing so, the police recognised there was a car crushed down there and had dead bodies in there.

The bodies were so badly stuck in the car that the officers couldn't pull them out. Thus, the police officers dragged the car for half a kilometer to get rid of the salt around and be able to look inside the car.

What they saw inside the car shocked them. One of the victims was still breathing and it was Avantika, who was crushed inside the car among bags of salt and her family members. She spent hours inside the debris with her loved ones dead around her. She was then dragged on the road for half a km along with the car, before the cops could realize that she is still breathing.

It again took the cops another one and a half hours to pull Avantika out of the car and to rush her to the hospital. A profusely bleeding Avantika was taken to the SMS Hospital in Jaipur but she still couldn't be saved. After hours of pain and torture, Avantika died while she was being treated by the doctors there. Can you even imagine how bad those hours would have been for the eighteen-year-old?

It was her, who suffered the most.

Avantika - Sophia top scorer with a bright career ahead

Avantika Sharma, one of the 5 victims to the recent road accident in Jaipur, was a bright student at St. Angela Sophia Senior Secondary School in Jaipur. She had just scored a 90% result in CBSE and was partying ever since the results were announced last week. Eighteen-year-old Avantika definitely had a promising career and many dreams to fulfill.

Family members said that Avantika was very excited for the upcoming wedding of her aunt Roshni and soon-to-be-uncle Rahul. Since her results had been announced, she was happy and all she was looking forward to was a fun time with the preparations and the wedding.

But this accident crushed the dreams of both the families.

Also Read: Overloaded tractor runs on two wheels in Chomu; Police and Authorities still negligent of the danger

 


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