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B’luru MBA student dies of cardiac arrest during ramp walk practice


Team Udayavani, Oct 19, 2019, 3:26 PM IST

Bengaluru: A first-year MBA student died, on Friday, due to a suspected cardiac arrest while practising for a ramp walk for the college’s ‘freshers’ day’ celebrations.

The deceased, Shalini, 21, was a student of AIIMS college in Peenya.

“The students were practising for the freshers day celebration to be held on Friday. Shalini was standing near the stage after her turn when she suddenly collapsed. Her fellow students took her to the nearest hospital, where she was declared brought dead,” the police informed.

Peenya police registered a case in this regard.

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