DHA rescues differently abled children from drowning

DHA’s vigilance team rushed to the site and rescued the children with the help of recovery vehicles and tractors


News Desk December 10, 2016
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Defence Housing Authority (DHA) vigilance teams rescued a group of differently abled children from drowning. The group, which had come from Lahore, almost drowned as their two vehicles got stuck in the sea bed and the water level had risen at Sea View beach.

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DHA’s vigilance team rushed to the site and rescued the children with the help of recovery vehicles and tractors. DHA is playing its part in ensuring the security and safety of DHA residents.

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Earlier this year, two cars were found floating on the Sea View beach. The two cars, one grey and one white, were brand new models of Suzuki Mehran. According to the CBC spokesperson, Amir Arab, it was at around four in the morning when members of a family parked their cars near the seashore.

Published in The Express Tribune, December 11th, 2016.

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