Nirvair Singh Death News: Punjabi singer Nirvair Singh killed in three-vehicle collision in Melbourne

Punjabi singer Nirvair Singh, a father-of-two who moved to Australia in search of a better life and a music career, was killed in a horrific accident on Tuesday in a three-vehicle collision in the north- west of Melbourne.

A car was spotted speeding and driving erratically before causing a three-vehicle collision on Bulla-Diggers Rest Road in Diggers Rest around 3.30pm on Tuesday.

Reports said a 23-year-old man has been charged over the incident after the accident killed Nirvair, 42, who was traveling to a construction site when he was hit.

According to reports, the car, visibly out of control, collided with the rear of the Jeep. The massive impact of the accident pushed the Jeep into the path of Singh, who died at the scene.

While the woman inside the Jeep was injured.

Police say Singh was ‘in the wrong place at the wrong time’ when he was tragically killed in a horrific three-vehicle collision, as reported
Daily Mail Australia.

The sudden death of the singer, who moved to Australia nine years ago, has rocked Melbourne’s Indian community.

His friend, Gagan Kokri, took to Instagram to mourn the singer’s passing.

The singer is known for his hit song ‘Tere Bina’ from the album ‘My Turn’.

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