7-yr-old boy drowns in Mumbai drain; 3rd such death in a week

16 Jul 2019 09:12 PM

7-yr-old boy drowns in Mumbai drain; 3rd such death in a week

Updated 16 Jul 2019 09:12 PM

A seven-year-old boy died after falling into an open drain in Dharavi slum Monday, the third case of drowning of a minor in a week here, police said. The boy, Sumit Munnalal Jaiswar (rpt Sumit Munnalal Jaiswar), fell in the drain at the Rajiv Gandhi Colony in Dharavi, a sprawling slum colony in the heart of the city, an official said. 

The incident took place when Sumit and his brother were playing near the drain, he said.

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