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Both friends travelled in a car when a stream collided.

In a car accident in Goa with her friend Shubham Dedge, Ishwari Deshpande, 25, of Marathi origin, was murdered at 28. The event was reportedly held in Baga-Calangute on Monday morning.

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Reports show that your two friends got into a car when their vehicle fell into a stream and drove away. They drowned because they were not able to get out of the car because it was locked central. It happened in the vicinity of Arpora village.

On September 15, Ishwari and Shubham were friends visiting Goa. You were friends in childhood and would be involved soon, according to reports.

Ishwari shot one of them with a Marathi and Hindi film, but he’s still out of stock.

Anjuna Police Station Chief Inspector Suraj Gawas said to The Indian Express that the preliminary investigation indicates that the disaster occurred because the driver lost control of the car. The waggon crossed the other corridor after losing control and then crossed it back into a small river before falling. At approximately 7 am, the fire department was called. Both the car and the bodies of the two men have been removed.”


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