Two youths from Bengaluru drown at Kaup beach, three rescued


Pic: Inchara Kaup
Daijiworld media network - Kaup

Udupi, Oct 18: In a tragic incident, two youngsters met watery grave at Kaup beach here on the evening of Sunday October 18 evening.

The deceased have been identified as Karthik (22), and Roopesh (21), both from Bengaluru.

Three others, identified as Dilip, Likith, and Jayanth were rescued by the lifeguards.

A group of five had come to Kaup beach on an outing. It is said that despite warnings from lifeguards and local fishermen, the youths ventured into the sea. All of them were washed away by the strong waves.

While Karthik passed away by the time he was brought ashore, Roopesh initially had gone missing and a search operation was launched for him. His body was also recovered soon after.

 

  

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  • Rohan Karkera, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 19 2020

    Non coastal people think they can swim and drown without knowing the danger! This has happened a lot too many times to be rare!

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  • Patrick Fernandes, Mulki/Vasai

    Mon, Oct 19 2020

    The beaches of western belts specially after Goa to southern region are not safe for enjoying. Even swimming experts are lost Thier lifes. Venturing despite of warning is a grave mistake. Certain point of time Life guards are can't save as it is risky to them. Rest in Peace. Sorry for the parents.

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  • GURKA, Mangaluru

    Sun, Oct 18 2020

    Those who are already invited let them go ! nobody stop them ! because it is a final call from the NATURE ! Better luck for next time those rescued by the lifeguards.

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  • Deshvasi, Bharat

    Sun, Oct 18 2020

    RIP.....its very sad....that see the age (21, 22). New generation totally out of control and no patience also. During this Covid-19 time..still these going for outing and so on.

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  • Charles D'Mello, Pangala

    Sun, Oct 18 2020

    Even life guards have their own limitations 60% result is commendable. It is our own responsibility to save our own life and not of others for sure.

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