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Jalna: 2 boys receive electric shock, fall into well, die

PTI | Jalna | Updated: 22-11-2020 21:56 IST | Created: 22-11-2020 21:56 IST
Jalna: 2 boys receive electric shock, fall into well, die

Two 18-year-old boys died afterreceiving an electric shock and falling into a well in Kuslivillage in Jalna, police said on Sunday

Pradeep Vaid and Ganesh Tayde were repairing thewell's motor when the incident happened, an official said

Their bodies were fished out later, he added.


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