13-yr-old Falls Off Terrace While Playing, Dies
DECCAN CHRONICLE | DC Correspondent
Hyderabad: A 13-year-old boy who was playing with his friends on the terrace of his building accidentally fell and died at Suraram on Thursday afternoon, the police said.
The police identified the boy as Sanala Tulasinatha Chary, who lived with his mother and maternal grandmother in the building, having migrated to the city from Khammam. A case of suspicious death was registered, the police said.
According to the police, one of the boy’s friends told them that they were playing hide and seek, during which Chary was blindfolded as he had to seek out the others. While he was searching for the others, he lost his balance and fell.
Residents and passersby, upon noticing the fall, rushed him to a nearby private hospital, where he was declared dead.
"A suspicious death case has been registered. Though prima facie findings indicate that he fell accidentally, all angles are being probed into," said Suraram police station SHO M. Venkateshwar Rao.
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