One of the two-wheeler riders from Jeedimetla had a shocking Blood Alcohol Count (BAC) of 512, which is 17 times more than the acceptable range.
While the driver Vinayak was married and survived by his wife and parents, the other two are also survived by their parents who were depndent on them.
It was found that of the four persons in the car, only the survivor wore the seat belt while the others including the driver didn't wear it.
Driving under the effect of alcohol and over speeding, led to the incident on the Hyderabad outskirts, said police.
While driving, Sateesh lost control of the vehicle and rammed the car into 40-year-old Mohammad Afsar Pasha, a private school correspondent, killing him on the spot.
The breath analyser test confirmed that the car driver was under the influence of alcohol with 63 blood alcohol count.
It was after midnight on August 3, 2019 that journalist K M Basheer, bureau chief of Malayalam daily Siraj, was killed in a road accident in the state capital.
Ties up with Bengaluru Traffic Police to spread awareness on ills of alcoholism; group to distribute leaflets
Courts in the city limits are actively imposing the revised fine for drunk driving which is Rs 10,500 as per the new MV Act. Earlier, drivers had to cough up only Rs 2,000 as fine.
The children were on a footpath when the four-wheel drive jumped the curb and rammed into them, police alleged.
The chargesheet clearly states that it's a case of drunken driving. Wafa Firoz, the owner and co-driver, has been named as the second accused and charged with abetment of the crime.
Dina, 57, is accused of crashing her 2016 Mercedes into another vehicle outside a restaurant in Long Island on January 11, before fleeing the scene and heading to her nearby home.
Cyberabad, Hyderabad revellers gain dubious distinction of being on top of drunken drivers list.
The city traffic police have decided to stop drunk people from driving right at bars and pubs on New Year eve.
The Cyberabad traffic police caught 345 drunk drivers in three nights between November 29 and December 1.