Bramhavara: Two youth drawn to death in Seetha river


Team Udayavani, Jul 3, 2020, 1:27 PM IST

Bramhavara: Two Youth who went near Seetha River in Bakur-Halekodi village drowned to death on Friday, July 3.

The deceased are identified as Harsha (20) and Karthik (20) residents of Heradi village.

As per sources, they had come to a relative’s house and went to the river with a friend. Due to the increased rain and force of the river, they drowned in the river

The localities and Fire emergency team were in search for the two and found their bodies at 11 Am.

A case has been filed in Brahmavara police station in this regard.

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