Six tourists killed, seven rescued as they slipped into drain in Murree

Six tourists have reportedly been dead after drowning in a drain in Murree evening when they slipped into the drain where rain water was flooded.
As per reports, 13 young tourists hailing from Rawalpinid had arrived on eight motorbikes to the Sorasi area of New Murree; and had been brushed away into the drain on Thursday evening, after their endeavor to cross the Malach bridge in spite of the extreme rainfall and the brisk flood of water.
Rescue officials have revealed that seven tourists were extricated and three bodies were also recovered from the drain.
Later on Friday, the rescue team found three more bodies, as reported by Geo News.
It was further revealed that at the least one of the rescued tourists was in precarious state. 

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South Punjab News : Six tourists killed, seven rescued as they slipped into drain in Murree
Six tourists killed, seven rescued as they slipped into drain in Murree
Rescue officials have revealed that seven tourists were extricated and three bodies were also recovered from the drain.
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