Rajasthan: In a tragic incident, as many as 5 kids drowned in a water storage tank in Rajasthan’s Sri Ganganagar. The incident occurred on Sunday.
The youngsters had gone to take a shower within the tank in a subject in Sriganganagar’s Anoopgarh, India At present reported. Police reached the spot and recovered the our bodies.
A number of days in the past, an incident of a automotive being swept away in rainwater was reported from Jodhpur whereas over 4 kids drowned in a pit full of rainwater in Gawariyon ki Dhani beneath the Bhopalgarh sub-division.
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In the same incident, two advocates drowned whereas one other particular person escaped after their automotive plunged into the Kabini Proper Financial institution Canal. The incident came about on July 29 at Sargur taluk.
Police mentioned Girish (44) from Niluvagilu village and C Dinesh (46) from Hunduvadi village in Hunsur taluk died whereas Ashok (44) from Kattemalalavadi village in Hunsur taluk survived. The trio had visited Chikka Deviramma Betta in Sargur taluk and the Kabini dam, The New Indian Specific reported.
Later, they had been on the way in which to Sagari village when certainly one of them who was driving misplaced management over the automobile. The automotive hit the retaining wall and plunged into the canal.
Because the automotive fell, all three had been thrown out of the automobile. Whereas Dinesh and Girish had been washed away within the waters, Ashok swam in direction of the financial institution and was rescued by villagers. Sargur police retrieved Dinesh’s physique 500 metres away from the incident.
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