Kadaba: Youth rescued from Kumaradhara river, suicide attempt suspected

Daijiworld Media Network – Kadaba (MS)

Kadaba, Jul 8: Fire service personnel rescued a youth who was stuck in the Kumaradhara river and calling for help at Pulikukku on Monday July 8.

The Kumaradhara river was flowing at full capacity at Pulikukku. A youth was found crying for help, clinging to the bushes in the river on Monday morning. Locals alerted the police and fire service personnel.

Fire service personnel rescued the youth and took him to the Kadaba community health centre. The youth has been identified as a native of Bengaluru. A bag, believed to belong to him, was found near the Pulikukku bus stand.

It is suspected that he jumped into the river in an attempt to end life. Further details are yet to emerge.





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  • S.M.F, Dxb /Mlore

    Mon, Jul 08 2024

    Lucky person, not everyone gets such kind of luck. He got new life wishing for long life and happy life.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Mon, Jul 08 2024

    High Inflation & Unemployment ...

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  • Prakash, Manipal

    Mon, Jul 08 2024

    Distraught mind prompts a sudden drastic action like suicide... Once into the jaws of death most such people want to come back... Often it is far too late... Fortunately for the young man he must have found a strong branch to hold on... let's hope love for life has taken the front sea in his mind now... May God instill new hope and courage in him....

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