Woman ends life after her husband dies in an accident

Mahbubabad/Hyderabad, June 15 (Maxim News): A 35-year-old woman diedreportedly by suicideby jumping into a well days after her husband was murdered in a road accident, Friday evening at Rathupalli Thanda in Kothagudaz Mandal. The deceased was identified as M Saritha.

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According to reports Saritha was depressed when she lost her husband in an accident ten days ago. Neighbors said the couple was childless: Saritha could not bear the death of her husband and took the extreme step.

Woman ends life after her husband dies in an accident
Woman ends life after her husband dies in an accident

The police have reported one case and an investigation is underway. (Maxim news)


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