Birthday celebrations turned tragic after four students drowned in a lake at Suryapet district of Telangana today. It was at a lake near Kodad town where this incident occurred.
According to the police, 20-year-old Chakrala Praveen was celebrating his birthday for which he and his classmates planed to go to the Veerabhadra Temple. Four of them, Including the birthday boy drowned while trying to help their friend Sameer, who had fallen into the lake by accident while washing his hands.
The deceased have been identified as Sameer, Praveen, Bhavani Prasad and Mahendra Simha, all aged 20.
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Ravali, who sustained extensive burns, was brought to Hyderabad and admitted to Yashoda Hospitals, Secunderabad, at around 3 pm on Wednesday. According to doctors, the initial assessment revealed that the youngster sustained 70 per cent burns predominantly third degree, usually categorised as deep burns.
She sustained burns on the face, chest, abdomen, both upper limbs, back and thighs, the doctors said. Ravali, after being set ablaze, also sustained injuries to airways and lungs, which caused laryngeal edema or swelling.
She was being monitored round-the-clock in the ICU and her vitals including blood pressure were stable. However, Ravali, continued to remain in an extremely critical condition, the doctors said.