Hyderabad : A minor  boy died and at least four children were injured in separate incidents  while flying kites on  Sankranti day. The incidents were reported at Madhapur, Meerpet and S.R nagar areas.

At Madhapur, a 10-year-old boy accidentally fell from the fifth floor of a building while flying kites. The decease  identified as Kumakula Nikhil, a a class III student  sustained severe injuries and  was declared death . According to the police, the incident happened when the boy along with a few other children near his home at Siddique nagar of Madhapur were flying kites. The minor reportedly  lost balance  and  fell from the top of the building and  died on the spot.

Another incident was reported from  Meerpet. On Sankranti  evening, 14-year-old Mandala Narsimha, a class  IX  student  was flying kites along with his friends at Badangpet village. The boy noticed that his  kite got stuck in the electrical cables passing above the area. In an attempt to free the kite, when he pulled it, one of the cables came into contact with other cables and resulted in minor  fire. A result of which flames  fell on the boy standing  below the cables . He reportedly  he received burns and rushed to Osmania hospital . D

While three children who were flying kites  at Bharat nagar of Borabanda, received injuries.  The trio  Pallavi, Akshara and Avani were  standing on the roof top . In order to control the kite  they walked on to the adjoining house having a  asbestos sheet roof. Following weight, the Asbestos sheet and the wall collapsed . The children sustained injuries and  were admitted to a nearby private hospital. 

 
 
 
 
 

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