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Moodbidri: Four persons meet watery grave in Shambhavi river


Team Udayavani, Nov 24, 2020, 6:16 PM IST

 

Moodbidri: Four persons including a woman died of drowning after they ventured out for a swim in Shambhavi River here on Tuesday.

The deceased are identified as Nikhil (18), Arshita (20), Subash (19) and Ravi (30).

According to reports, the group had come to Paladka village to attend a wedding ceremony.

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