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Grieving Wife Initiates Fundraiser to Send Melbourne Truck Driver’s Body Home to India

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Khusdeep Singh's Devastated Wife Appeals for Support to Send Husband's Body to India

The grieving wife of a man who lost his life in a Truganina crash has expressed her profound sorrow.

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Authorities suggest that fatigue could have played a role in the tragic crash that claimed the life of Khusdeep Singh from Hoppers Crossing on Monday night.

According to police reports, 26-year-old Mr. Singh was driving on Palmers Rd around 11:15 pm when he veered across the median strip, causing the car to roll multiple times.

Emergency services promptly responded, attempting to revive Mr. Singh, but unfortunately, he succumbed to his injuries at the scene.

While the exact cause of the crash remains under investigation, authorities are considering fatigue as a potential factor.

In an effort to send her husband’s remains back to his parents in India, Mr. Singh’s wife, Japneet Kour, an international student who arrived in Australia last year, has initiated a fundraising campaign on GoFundMe.

She shared that her husband worked as a truck driver in Melbourne and was known for his positive outlook on life. Ms. Kour is reaching out for donations, big or small, to support the cause and has urged people to share the fundraiser widely.

In her plea, she expressed gratitude for the support and condolences received during this heartbreaking time.

Investigations into the details of the crash are ongoing.

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