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Australia Man killed in Melbourne crash identified as Monash University student

10:40  23 october  2020
10:40  23 october  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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The Monash University shooting was a shooting in which a 36-year-old international student killed students William Wu and Steven Chan, both 26, and injured five others including the lecturer. It took place at Monash University , in Melbourne , on 21 October 2002.

Students at La Trobe — where Ms Maasarwe was midway through a one-year exchange — held a vigil for her on Friday afternoon. Her father, Saeed Maasarwe, has flown into Melbourne from China to identify his daughter's body and arrange for her return to Israel.

A man who died in a fatal crash in Melbourne's inner-south overnight has been identified as a Monash University student.

Bhargav Mahesh Solanki, 25, was killed after his Nissan sedan collided with a Holden ute on Ormond Esplanade, near the intersection of Pine Avenue in Elwood, about 10.45pm.

9News understands Mr Solanki was from India, but had been living in Glenhuntly with friends.

a man and a woman sitting on a bench posing for the camera: The Monash University student died in the fatal Elwood crash. © Supplied Nine The Monash University student died in the fatal Elwood crash.

Police arrested the 23-year-old driver of the Holden and his 24-year-old male passenger, both from Brighton, at the scene.

The two men remain under police guard in hospital.

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Emergency services attended the crash site, but Mr Solanki died at the scene.

a car driving on a city street: Two men have been arrested following a fatal crash in Elwood. © Nine Two men have been arrested following a fatal crash in Elwood.

"Investigators believe the Holden utility may have been travelling on Ormond Esplanade for some distance prior to the collision and are appealing for any homeowners that may have CCTV footage to come forward," a Victoria Police spokesperson said.

Anyone who witnessed the collision or with dash cam footage is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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