– A teenage girl in India is reportedly killed in a rescue exercise on her campus.

Quoted from Hindustan Times, Saturday (14/07/2018), 19-year-old teenager was killed when taken to the hospital due to collision in the head and broken neck bone.

In the report it is known that the exercise was held by the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) on the Coimbatore campus.

In the exercise that took place on Thursday (12/7/2018), the girl named N Logeswari was located on the second floor of the campus.

In the video that was circulated, then by NDMA TR Arumugham instructor, Logeswari was told to jump. However, the girl did not want to.

Eyewitnesses explain, Arumugham forced Logeswari to jump. However, because the girl did not want to, she was then encouraged.

Logeswari had fallen, and then hit with the head first. He was immediately rushed to the University Hospital of Coimbatore.

The police report investigating the case said if the NDMA was indeed scheduled to hold rescue training on campus where Logeswari studied.

“In the exercise, NDMA instructors have asked students and college students to jump from the second floor,” the source said.