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Nation Crime 01 Dec 2017 Nellore: 2 girls dro ...

Nellore: 2 girls drown in rough Bay of Bengal waters

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Dec 1, 2017, 7:47 am IST
Updated Dec 1, 2017, 7:47 am IST
The girls drowned when they came under the impact of a huge wave. Locals jumped in and fished out the bodies.
Two young girls were drowned in the Bay of Bengal when they went out for swimming at Thupilipalem in Vakadu mandal of Nellore district on Thursday.
 Two young girls were drowned in the Bay of Bengal when they went out for swimming at Thupilipalem in Vakadu mandal of Nellore district on Thursday.

Nellore: Two young girls were drowned in the Bay of Bengal when they went out for swimming at Thupilipalem in Vakadu mandal of Nellore district on Thursday. The girls were relatives and from the Veerareddy Sathram village in Kota mandal of SPSR Nellore district. While one of them, S. Ramya, 14, was studying Class IX, the other one G. Roshini, 13, was a school dropout. The victims came in auto rickshaws with their family members. The sea was very rough because of depression. The girls drowned soon after they entered into the water under the impact of a huge wave.

Local fishermen jumped into the water and fished out the bodies when they saw one of the girls in a blue dress floating on the water shortly after they were drowned. According to relatives, Ramya's father Papaiah, and Roshini's father Srinivasulu went to Sabarimala on Wednesday and the girls came to the beach with relatives including their mothers on Thursday.

 

Moving scenes were witnessed when the bodies were brought to the shore by the fishermen. The relatives rushed the girls to the hospital in Vakadu wheere one of the girls vomited, but she breathed her last before reaching the hospital and the medical officer declared them brought dead. Vakadu police have registered a case and investigation is on.

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