Ancy Kabeer (C), Anjana Shajan (L) and another contest during the event.
The incident occurred past midnight on Monday when the car lost control after it was trying to avoid a two-wheeler.
Ancy Kabeer, 25, winner of Miss Kerala 2019 and the same year's runner-up 26-year-old Anjana Shajan were travelling in the car along with two others.
Ancy Kabeer (L) and Anjana Shajan. File photo
While the two died on the spot, the condition of one of the two surviving persons is said to be serious.
"On account of the impact of the accident, the car was totally damaged and the two winners of the beauty event died on the spot," police said.
The police sent the bodies of the two women to a local hospital for autopsy. The police have also registered a case and have started the investigations.
Ansy just won the Miss South India 2021 in August and she was the youngest of all the contestants from the five Southern states.
Once the news of Ansy's death surfaced online, the last post of Ansy is also doing the rounds on social media. In the last post, Ansy said, "It’s time to go."
A bus collided head-on with a truck in southern India state of Tamil Nadu on Thursday, killing at least 20 people and injuring 23 others, police said. Twelve victims who were travelling on the ill-fated state-owned luxury have been identified, said a Kerala police official.
Also known as Rishika in the film industry, the actress was returning home from a birthday party when the car she was travelling in swerved and hit a tree on Thursday.
The family in return to managed a compensation of Rs400,000 and a Central government job as announced by the Railways at the time of the accident. The mystery was unravelled when the CBI detained a man, namely Amritavan Chowdhury, in Kolkata.
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