Wellington: In 2017, a taxi driver from Hyderabad was killed when a black Mercedes Benz crashed into his car in New Zealand.
According to the report of The New Indian Express, the victim Abdur Raheem Fahad Syed was a taxi driver in New Zealand and he was killed when a drunk driver, Farshad Bahadori Esfehani’s black Mercedes Benz crashed into his car.
Farshad Esfehani was sentenced to three years and eight months of imprisonment for killing Syed. The judge also ordered him to pay 12,000 NZD to the family of the victim and also disqualified him from driving for four years.
Reports said that Esfehani had pleaded guilty to driving with an excess of alcohol causing death. Syed’s family who was also in the court when the sentence was pronounced.