Udupi: 13-yr-old girl falls to death from top of building, case registered

Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi

Udupi, Nov 6: A 13-year-old girl died after she fell from the terrace of a building on Sunday, November 5, in the early hours.

The girl is Pragya, daughter of complainant Kritika (55), a resident of Herga village, Manipal.

Pragya fell from Saralebettu High Point Heights Terrace of Herga village, Udupi taluk at 6.20 am on Sunday and was admitted to KMC hospital for treatment. However, she failed to respond to the treatment and died in the hospital at 7.45 am.

A case has been registered in this regard under UDR No. 55/2023 CrPC Section 174 at the Manipal police station. 





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  • Vally, Mlore/ Dubai

    Tue, Nov 07 2023

    In India safety measures are zero.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai -Mangalore

    Mon, Nov 06 2023

    RIP departed soul! Here many buildings are built without sufficient parapet wall height and safety railings (mandatory for high rise buildings) thus increasing the propensity of an accidental fall! BTW; it's puzzling as to why this young girl went to the terrace so early in the morning?

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