Professional car racer Ashwin Sundar and his wife Nivedhitha have died after their BMW car hit a tree on the roadside in Santhome High Road(near the beach) in Chennai in the early hours of Saturday.Police said Sundar and his wife were trapped to death and were struck inside the car as they could not open the doors. The car was jammed in between the tree and a wall.
The car caught fire, and the couple died. Sundar was driving the car.Nivedhitha was a doctor working at a private hospital.Passerby, who saw the vehicle on fire, informed the Chennai city police control room, and a team of police personnel from the Adyar traffic investigation wing rushed to investigate the spot.
The team later broke open the car and bodies were recovered. The bodies of the deceased have been sent for post-mortem to Royapettah government hospital.According to sources, police couldn't identify the charred bodies initially. However, the couple was identified with the help of the number in the license plate.
The couple lived in Alapakkam and they were returning home after visiting a friend in Raja Annamalaipuram when the bad fortune hit them.
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