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Deadly crash rips apart restaurant-owning family

A Surrey man and his twin children are left “motherless” after a horrific crash on Sunday tore his family apart, claiming lives of five of his loved ones. Jolly Sachdeva, owner of Sachdeva Sweets and Restaurant,a 7500 Scott Plaza’s, is left mourning the death of his wife, Reena, five-year-old son Aanish, three-year-old daughter Jessica, sister Neelam and 68-year-old mother Vidya.

india Updated: May 01, 2013 09:03 IST

Five members of a Punjabi NRI family, including two children, were killed in a horrific car crash near Surrey on Sunday.

The deceased belonged to the family of Jolly Sachdeva who runs a restaurant in Surrey and hails from Rampura town of Punjab’s Bathinda district. The dead included his wife Reena, five-year-old son Aanish, three-year-old daughter Jessica, sister Neelam and mother Vidya ( 68).

The mishap occurred when the family was returning from a religious ceremony in Surrey and a vehicle jumped red light, colliding with their car.