Mumbai, July 15: As the search operation for the toddler who fell into a gutter continues, here comes another incident from Mumbai. A 12-year-old boy died after allegedly slipping into a water-filled pit dug near the construction site of the coastal road at Worli, on Friday. According to an ANI report, his parents said, "The pit was dug by BMC. After the accident occurred, a board was erected & a watchman was deputed." Mumbai: 3-Year-Old Divyansh Missing After Falling Into Open Manhole in Goregaon's Ambedkar Nagar, Search And Rescue Operation Continue.
Deceased's father according to an ANI tweet has been quoted saying, "He was 1st taken to Poddar Hospital where he was admitted after a delay. They told us they don't have the required equipment. Then he was taken to Nair Hospital, where we were told to get some paperwork done first. Then they declared him dead. He could have been saved"
Check the tweet from ANI here:
Mumbai: A 12-year-old boy died after allegedly slipping into a water-filled pit dug near the construction site of the coastal road at Worli, on Friday. His parents say, "The pit was dug by BMC. After the accident occurred, a board was erected & a watchman was deputed." (14.07) pic.twitter.com/wHAaW2wASq
— ANI (@ANI) July 15, 2019
Last week, a three-year-old fell into a manhole in Ambedkar Nagar area of Goregaon. The toddler has been identified as Divyansh who fell into an open manhole on Wednesday night. A CCTV camera captured moments when Divyansh fell into the drainage.
Soon after the boy fell, Mumbai Fire Brigade (MFB) launched a search and rescue operation to locate the three-year-old. The drainage department of the city is also involved in the operation.