Bengaluru: Tragedy hits Lalbagh flower show; 7-year-old girl dies

Bengaluru, Aug 19: Vaishnavi along with her parents went to Lalbagh Botanical Gardens on Independence Day. It was fun-filled day for her. But fate had something else in store for the 7-year-old girl.

The girl, who was excited to see the flower show in Lalbagh, did not know that those were the last few moments of her life.

Lalbagh Flower Show (File Photo)

She was stung by a swarm of bees at the Botanical Gardens and died. The shocking incident took place on Saturday, Aug 15.

Vaishnavi was the daughter of Gurudaspur and Suguna. Gurudaspur is a software engineer working with a private company in the tech city.

According to sources, Vaishnavi was playing near a tree. The area was not much crowded. Her parents were roaming around the place when they heard Vaishnavi screaming.

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Guruprasad rushed to the spot and found Vaishnavi who was attacked by a swarm of bees. He tried to cover her but failed as he too was stung by the bees.

Meanwhile, Suguna cried for help and many people rushed to the spot and rescued Vaishnabi and Guruprasad. They were taken to a near by hospital where Vaishnavi succumbed to her injuries.

Vaishnavi, who was admitted in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) in the hospital, was stung by many bees and the condition was critical, said doctors.

Meanwhile, police registered a case of unnatural death at Siddapura police station.

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