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Belagavi: Four girls drown while taking selfie at falls

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Belagavi: Four young girls died after slipping while taking a selfie at Kitwada Falls on the Karnataka-Maharashtra border on Saturday November 26.

The deceased has been identified as Asia Mujawar (17) of Ujwala Nagara, Belgagavi, Kudshiya Hasm Patel (20) of Anagola, Rukkashar Bhisti (20) and Tasmia (20) of Zatpat Colony in Belagavi, who were all students of a Madrasa. About 40 young women went on a trip from Belagavi to Kitawada Falls on Saturday.

It is said that a girl slipped and fell into falls while taking a selfie from a mobile. It is learnt that they were holding each other’s hands and taking selfies. When one slipped the other four girls tried to catch her and they also fell into falls. Of the five young women, four have died and one is in critical condition.

The injured young woman has been sent to Belagavi Institute of Medical Science Hospital and battling for life. All the bodies were shifted to BIMS for autopsy. Thousands of people gathered in front of BIMS, and the police has provided tight security.

DCP Ravindra Gadadi informed about the incident and said that another young woman was seriously injured and has been sent to KLE Hospital. Four bodies were brought to Belagavi BIMS Hospital half an hour after the Kitawada falls tragedy, he informed.

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