Mumbai: Four people died after drowning in Juhu Chowpati, one rescued

Four people have died due to drowning on the Juhu Chowpatty beach in Mumbai. A young man has been rescued. The search for the remaining four people is still continuing. All of these were residents of DN Nagar in Mumbai. They all had visited the Juhu Chowpatty beach in Mumbai to enjoy in the evening.

It is being told that this incident took place at five o'clock in the evening. There were strong waves in the sea, even after that only five people went into the water to swim. These five were aged between 18 and 20 years old. The name of a rescued person was Wasim Khan. Rescue operations have been started to find the remaining boys. The search is still going on. It has been raining continuously for the last few days in Mumbai. Due to the accumulation of water from the streets to the homes everywhere, people's life has become disorganized. 

Due to the continuous rains, the administration feared the high tide in Mumbai. They even warned the residents regarding this and asked them to be alert and careful. The department started issuing alerts and advised people not to go to the shore. But between the high tide, these young men entered the ocean and became the victim of drowning high tides.

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