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Newlyweds die in road crash returning from honeymoon 

 Narsingdi Correspondent

 Published: 06:46 PM, 17 August 2019   Updated: 06:49 PM, 17 August 2019



Four people including a newly married couple died when a passenger bus collided with a private car on Dhaka-Sylhet highway at Shibpur Upazila of Narsingdi on Friday night. Another four injured were sent to Dhaka Medical College Hospital.

The deceased were identified — Sadia Akhter Sathi, MBA student of the Millennium University of Dhaka, her husband Imran Hossain, her friend Jannat Raisa, and Akibul Hasan.

Sadia Akhter, daughter of Mosharraf Hossain of Bogura. Her husband Imran, son of Abu Hanif of Noakhali. He has a decorator business in Dhaka.

University student Sadia Akhter Sathi and businessman Imran Hossain got married just a week before Eid. They went to Sylhet for honeymoon after Eid. The accident took place while they came back to Shak from Sylhet. 

Highway Police and Fire Service said that the couple went to Sylhet to honeymoon after marriage. After the honeymoon and the visit to the shrine, a collision between ‘Shyamoli Parbahan’ bus and their private car took place on Shibpur’s Karachar area on Friday night, police said. 

During this, the bus rumpled the private car. The bus lost control and fell into a ditch. Three passengers including the newly married couple were killed on the spot. Itakhola Highway Police, four units of Fire Service of Narsingdi and Shibpur rescued the casualties from the spot.

The five injured were taken to Narsingdi District Hospital. Another died while undergoing treatment. Four of the injured were taken to Dhaka Medical College Hospital.

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The relatives of the deceased rushed to the district hospital on Saturday morning after hearing the news of the accident.

Rafiqul Islam, brother of Sathi said, “Sathi and Imran got married on the 6th of this month. Four days ago, they went to Sylhet with their friends for the honeymoon and to visit the shrine. On the way back, they died in a road accident. We came to the hospital after receiving reports from the police.”

“We went to the spot after receiving a call from 999,” said Shafiqul Islam, Deputy Assistant Director of the Narsingdi Fire Service, adding, “We saw three people being trapped in a private car. After they were rescued, they were found dead.”

“The private car tried to overtake and collided with the bus. The bus then passed over the private car and fell into a ditch. The private car is being rumpled,” he also said. 

Itakhola Highway Police SI Moniruzzaman said that the accident occurred due to the reckless speed. Four people including three students were killed in the accident.