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Dead bodies of two picnickers drowned at Hawke’s Bay, retrieved

KARACHI: The dead bodies of two young men drowned on Sunday at Hawke's Bay beach retrieved from the sea, rescue sources said. The two deceased have been identified as Faraz 19, a resident of F.B. Area, and Osama, a native of Chitral. The dead bodies have been transferred to Edhi morgue, rescue officials said. A family had gone to the beach for a picnic on the second day of Eid. The picnic turned into a tragedy after two youth of the family drowned in the deep sea. Rescue officials reached the site of the incident…

Funeral prayers of 11 drowning victims offered in Karachi

KARACHI: Amid presence of large crowd and workers of various political parties, the funeral prayers of 11 ill-fated drowning victims were offered at a ground adjacent to Bab-ul-Islam mosque here in North Karachi, ARY News reported on Sunday. Heart-wrenching scenes were witnessed earlier today when the bodies had arrived in the locality. All deceased belong to a single family who died of drowning at Karachi’s Hawke’s Bay beach yesterday. According to rescue and law enforcement agencies, the picnickers drowned in the…

12 of a family drown at Karachi’s Hawke’s Bay beach

KARACHI: 12 people belonging to a single family died by drowning at Karachi's Hawke's Bay beach, rescue sources told ARY News on Saturday. According to rescue and law enforcement agencies, twelve picnickers drowned in the sea while they were trying to save a kid from the family prompting the onlookers to contact rescue services. Rescue services were initially able to recover nine bodies while three other bodies were recovered later in the evening. All twelve belonged to a single family living in Nazimabad and North…

Sindh imposes ban on swimming in sea after escalating deaths by drowning

KARACHI: The provincial government on Wednesday has imposed a ban on swimming at beaches of the metropolis under Section 144 after the death toll due to drowning rose to eight in last 24 hours, ARY News reported. The high tides of the sea swept away over a dozen people in last one week raising alarm about the mounting death toll by drowning in the city. Four school going students died yesterday after drowning at Sandspit beach who had arrived there with the school administration for a picnic. The deceased were the…

Seven drown at various spots of Karachi beach

KARACHI: At least seven youngsters drowned in the sea at different places along Karachi's beach in the last 24 hours, ARY News reported Wednesday. Four students were downed on Tuesday while swimming at Sandspit beach of the city. All deceased were residents of Orangi Town who had arrived at the beach with school administration for a picnic. Three bodies of the drowned teenagers were retrieved from the sea while search for the fourth drowned boy was still underway. The deceased students have been identified as Hamza…

Karachi: Six picnickers drown in sea, hunt for two ongoing

KARACHI: Four bodies of picnickers were recovered so far who were drowned in the sea in separate incidents on Sunday while hunt for other two was still underway, ARY News reported. According to rescue sources, a body has been recovered from Gadani beach who was drowned in the sea yesterday. The deceased was identified as Tajamul Hussain, a resident of Orangi Town in Karachi. In another drowning incident, Rayan and Hamad were swept away by a high tide at Hawkes Bay. The body of Rayan was recovered yesterday who said to…

Four picnickers drown in Karachi’s Hawkes Bay

KARACHI: The bodies of four young men who drowned in the sea at Hawkes Bay last night were recovered on Sunday morning, ARY News reported. According to Edhi Foundation, four youngsters – said to be friends – drowned last night while swimming in the sea. The search for the drowned people started early on Sunday morning who reportedly drowned in a bid to rescue one another. Two of the deceased were identified as Danish and Raza while identification of other two could not be established. All picnickers were said to be…