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Father and son drown in a tank


Team Udayavani, Jun 15, 2018, 10:33 AM IST

Bengaluru: A Civil engineer working in Dubai and his teenage son drowned in a tank in their farm at Elekyathanahalli, near Nelamangala, on Thursday around 3pm. 

The deceased have been identified as the Indiranagar residents Rajappa K (55), and Amit R (17), I PU student in a private college in east Bengaluru.

Rajappa had come to Bengaluru on May 28 and took his family to Elekyathanahalli village on Thursday morning. Amit wanted to take a swim in the tank, filled with water of to 20ft. At the point when Amit began to drown, Rajappa jumped in to save him, but ended up drowning.

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