Officials in the UK said three people have been found dead, and two others injured in a car crash after they were reported missing in Wales
After conducting a desperate search for five people who went missing in Wales, the police in the UK have said that three of them were found dead and two others injures in a car crash.
A statement by the Gwent police said, “Following enquiries to locate five people who were reported as missing, officers have found the car they were last seen in, in the St Mellons area of Cardiff”.,
“The VW Tiguan was recovered just after midnight on Monday, March 6”
“It’s believed the car was involved in a road traffic collision and came off the A48”
“Three of those who were reported missing have been found deceased, two have been taken to hospital with serious injuries”.
As per official reports, the five included Sophie Russon, Eve Smith, Darcy Ross, Shane Loughlin, and Rafel Jeanne-Actie.
According to Mail Online, none of the five had been seen for over 48 hours as they has been last spotted at 2 am on Saturday.
Reports state that they were partying at the Muffler bar and club in Maesglas, Newport on Friday evening.
Police have also said, “It is not yet known if they knew each other or met that night”.