Three Bangladeshi students have been killed in a car crash in Australia.
A Toyota Prado, carrying seven passengers, crashed on Kakadu Highway, six kilometres north of Cooinda Lodge, around 12:30pm on Saturday.
According to a report of ABC News, three Bangladeshis died on the spot in the accident.
Police are estimating that the accident took place as the driver was inexperienced.
The four injured have been admitted to the Royal Darwin Hospital.
A spokesman informed ABC News that three of the injured patients are admitted in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), two of them with amputated limbs, and another with a severe head injury.
NT Police Acting Assistant Commissioner Commander Tony Fuller said the accident occurred when the 29-year-old driver lost control on a large, sweeping bend.