While livestreaming TikTok, the girl did not expect it to be the last moment of her life, the last happy image of the group of friends is haunting.

On September 9, the New South Wales state court, Australia sentenced Sagar Bhattarai (25 years old) to two years in prison for causing a traffic accident, creating a tragedy that killed two people two years ago.

Previously, in the winter of 2019, Sagar’s close childhood friends traveled together from Sydney to the Snowy mountain resort. When the car was traveling on the Monaro highway, it had a terrible accident at 120km / h. The drunk driver tried to turn the steering wheel to avoid a kangaroo standing in the middle of the road, causing the car to overturn 6 times before stopping.

While livestreaming TikTok, the girl did not expect it to be the last moment of her life, the last happy image of the group of friends is haunting - Photo 1.

The tragic scene of the accident

The traffic accident attracted public attention because during the process of being in the car, nurse Samikshya Subedi (22 years old) livestreamed on her TikTok channel. For about 2 hours, a group of 5 friends sang, laughed and laughed together happily in the car. But no one expected it to be the last moment of Samikshya and her friend Gopal Bhandari (21 years old). Only Samikshya was thrown out of the car 10 meters and died on the spot. Three other boys in the car, including the driver, were injured but fortunately were not killed.

Young nurse Samikshya Subedi has several thousand followers on TikTok

Viewers of the laughter-filled livestream of the group of young people had to witness the moment when the lens suddenly turned black and stopped. Later, the young girl’s followers learned that she had died tragically shortly after. The incident was so sudden that netizens couldn’t help but mourn and feel sorry for the victims.

A group of close friends livestream singing and singing together on the train of death

5 young people are on the road together, but they have not been able to reach the destination

In the trial court Sagar, Judge Peter Whitford said he insisted on driving despite being drunk. In ‘s livestream video Samikshya Subedi also has a scene where a person sitting in the back offers to drive to Sagar rested, but he immediately refused.

“The defendant’s decision to take the helm shows stubbornness, immaturity and inexperience. The close relationship between Sagar and his victims have caused him extreme remorse and psychological crisis. This sad tragedy is a valuable lesson for anyone on the road.”, the judge declared.

Source: Daily Mail

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