Submitted by Newseditor on Thu, 2015-11-19 20:49 Bengaluru: Two students of Business Management were killed and three others injured when the car they were travelling lost control and rammed into a tree on the roadside near Chandapura on city's outskirts on November 19. While Dhruva and Ashwin aged about 23 years old were killed on the spot, the other three identified as Anjum, Prithvi and Krishna sustained multiple injuries and have been admitted to a private hospital. The victims are natives of Andhra Pradesh and Kerala pursuing MBA course in Alliance College near Anekal. According to the police, the incident took place while they were returning home after celebrating Krishna's birthday. On Wednesday night, all of them had been to Krishna's house to celebrate his birthday. At around 4.30 AM , they decided to get back to their homes. Krishna agreed to drop them in a car. Krishna, who was driving the car, was in an inebriated state. He was driving in a rash and negligent manner, lost control over the wheels and rammed into a tree. The impact of the collision was so high that Dhruva and Ashwin were crushed under the wheels and died on the spot. Few passers-by noticed the incident, rushed them to near-by hospital. But Dhruva and Ashwin were declared brought dead and the rest of them are being treated and are said to be in a critical condition. It was found that they had consumed alcohol and police suspect overspeeding to be the of the accident. “We are yet to trace the owner of the car, which bears Rajasthan registration number," said a senior police officer.