An Indian man pulled his sister from the waters of a dam in India but was unable to save his other four relatives, including his newly-wed bride, after they slipped as they posed for a group photograph.
The incident took place at the Pambar dam in the southern state of Krishnagiri, on Saturday, according to local reports, where authorities were able to immediately recover their bodies.
They were visiting relatives in their teens and early twenties and had gone as a group to visit the dam, a local landmark.
But when the group posed at the edge of the dam, as Prabhuby took a photograph, the five slipped into the water after the youngest in the group, a 14-year-old girl, lost her footing.
Prabhuby was only able to save his 15-year-old sister, Uvarani.
The Hindu, like some other reports, uses what appears to be an alternative naming system for all the people in the story, but all other details remain the same.
According to the Hindu, in the last fortnight 15 children, including the four adolescents, have drowned in the district.
No Selfie Zones
India is something of a hot-spot for selfie deaths, according to an investigation into the phenomenon last year.
That study found that there have been 259 recorded deaths of people taking selfies between 2011 and 2017. Over half were in India, where the research was carried out by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences.
Researchers warned that the 259 deaths revealed by the studys limited methods are likely to be only the tip of the iceberg.
Researchers noted that the leading cause of selfie-related death was due to drowning. For the most part, this was on account of people being hit by waves or falling out of boats.