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Four children drown in pond in Kandhkot

August 1, 2022 04:33 PM


Four children drowned in a pond of rainwater in Sindh’s Kandhkot district, reported 24NewsHD TV channel Monday.

According to details, the children were playing when they slipped into a pond filled with rainwater near their house in the Zorgarh area of Kandhkot.

Three girls and a boy are among four drowned. Two of the girls were sisters while other two, a boy and girl were cousins.

The bodies of three girls been fished out by the swimmers, while the search for the remaining fourth child was underway.

Reporter: Salim Meerani



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