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US tragedy : 26-year-old Indian student dies after falling into waterfall

As per the reports, Avinash Gadde was spending the July 4 long weekend at a waterfall area

Reported by:  PTC News Desk  Edited by:  Shefali Kohli -- July 09th 2024 06:40 PM
US tragedy : 26-year-old Indian student dies after falling into waterfall

US tragedy : 26-year-old Indian student dies after falling into waterfall

US tragedy : After the tragic and heart-breaking tales of several Indian youths across foreign shores, another horrific incident from  New York came to limelight which gripped tensions, scare and chaos worldwide. 

In a recent horrific and spine-chilling incident, an Indian-origin student Sai Surya Avinash Gadde from Andhra Pradesh drowned after falling into a waterfall at Albany in New York. 


Hailing from Chityala of Gopalapuram Mandal in east Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh and a student at Trine University , Sai Surya Avinash Gadde drowned on July 7 at Barberville Falls, Albany. 

Avinash Gadde’s LinkedIn profile indicated that he enrolled at Trine University in Indiana for the 2023-24 academic year. 

As per the reports, Avinash Gadde was spending the July 4 long weekend at a waterfall area.

Extending condolences to his grieving family and loved ones, the Consulate General of India in New York posted on X, “We extend our heartfelt condolences to his grieving family and friends. @IndiainNewYork is extending all necessary assistance, including issuance of NOC for the transportation of Mr Gadde's mortal remains to India.”

In 2024, over half a dozen Indian students and others have tragically lost their lives in the US.

In the recent times, dreams of Indian youth pursuing education in foreign shores are turning into nightmares, with many grappling with mental health issues, robbery and murder cases and Indians are tragically losing their lives shortly after arriving abroad. 

Several cases of deaths of Indian youths abroad have created a state of panic back home in India. Now parents are either not willing to send their children abroad or whose wards are already settled there are in a state of anxiety and panic. 

- With inputs from agencies

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