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Kerala: Selfie Led To The Death Of 2-year-old At Beach

In Kerala, a horrifying incident took place. A two-year-old washed away in a wave while his mother tried to take a selfie. The incident took place at a beach in Kerala’s Alappuzha. On  September 13 the incident took place and the dead body recovered on September 15.

According to The Hindu reports, the name of the child was Adhikrishna. He got swept away by the wave as his mother tried to take a selfie with him and two more children present there. Suddenly a strong wave hit all four of them. They lost their balance and fell into the beach. The relative who witnessed the incident ran towards them and pulled them out of the water. The two children, seven-year and six-year, came out, but the third, a two and a half-year, went missing.

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The search for the missing child carried out by the Marine Enforcement wing and fishermen.

Kerala: Selfie Led To The Death Of 2-year-old At Beach

The incident brought in light of the police. As per the police the mother had reached Alappuzha with three children – two of her own and one of her brother’s. They went there after attending a wedding. They stayed at their relative’s house.

At first place, they didn’t get permission to visit the beach due to the rough sea. However, avoiding all the directions, they went to the beach near ESI hospital.

Earlier Selfie Mishap Took Place In Kerala

In Kerala this, not the first time that selfie-related accidents have happened. Earlier in 2014, two teenagers died in an attempt to take a selfie with a train. A 15-year-old killed from a speedy train as attempted to click a selfie in front of the train. Whereas a 14-year-old tried to click selfie on top of a stationary train. Accidentally he came in contact with the overhead electric line leading to 60 per cent burn injuries and ultimately caused his death. In the year 2016, the tourist ministry of Kerala decided to place “selfie danger area” signboard to warn people about the danger of taking selfie on those spots.

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