Three Indian students die in attempt to take ‘daredevil selfie’ on train tracks

Three Indian students die in attempt to take ‘daredevil selfie’ on train tracks

The new ‘selfie culture’ has cost Indian three college students their lives, who were attempting to take their self-portraits when they were run over by a speeding train, the Times of India reported on Tuesday.

Their friend, Aneesh, who survived told police that the foursome was on its way to Agra to visit the Taj Mahal on India’s Republic Day. He said they had attempted to take a “daredevil selfie” at the railway track.

The students, who hailed from New Delhi, Moradabad and Faridabad, were killed in the accident on the railway tracks in Mathura, near Kosikala early in the morning.

Aneesh told the police it was he who wanted to capture that moment in time, but unfortunately, his friends were killed by a speeding train before they could even jump off the track.

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