Udupi: Hoode beach tragedy – Mortal remains of missing person found


Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (JD)

Udupi, Sep 26: The mortal remains of Shreekar, who got washed away in the high tides at Hoode beach on Sunday, was found on Monday September 26 morning.

Nishanth, Shanmukha and Shreekar were among the group of 15 students had come to the Hoode beach and had ventured into the sea for a swim. Due to a high tide, all the three students were washed away into the sea.

Nishanth and Shanmukha were rescued immediately by the tourists but breathed their last in the hospital. Shreekar’s body was found on Monday.

 

 

 

 

 

  

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  • Af,,,, Mangaluru

    Mon, Sep 26 2022

    Our education system is waste ,we need FINLAND Type education system.

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  • prakash, Manipal

    Mon, Sep 26 2022

    Right from my childhood I am reading/listening about drowning deaths... Even though it is a common danger people ignore the safety warnings... Sea in some places suddenly gets deepened in depth due to underwater currents that wash away sand from the seabed... Also due to lunar cycles waves behave abnormally at times... Very sorrowful to see 3 young budding engineers die like this... RIP to departed souls... May God give the strength to parents to come with terms of their grave losses...

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  • ayes p, kudla/ksa

    Mon, Sep 26 2022

    RIP, coastal (undivided DK) people know about the sea's high tide, depth of sea, dangerous and all but most of the other districts tourists were unware these things and they are thinking that it is similar to lake and then they would venture into water.

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