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Haveri: Three teenagers drown to death


Team Udayavani, Apr 4, 2021, 4:26 PM IST

Haveri: Three teenagers who when went swimming drowned to death on Sunday, April 4 neat Hanagalla Taluk.

The deceased have been identified ad Akhiraja Yalavatti (16) Ahemadraja Anji(16) and Sahil Dongri (17).

Reportedly the incident took place when the boys went swimming in a nearby lake.

Locka police have registered a case in this regard.

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