【 RNI-HIN/2013/51580 】
【 RNI-MPHIN/2009/31101 】
18 Jul 2022
Bhopal (Raisen): A 30-year-old youth fell from the roof in Bareilly of Raisen district. During this, a 4 feet long bar entered his neck, due to which his life is in danger. He was brought to Bhopal, where after an operation that lasted about 2 hours, the rod was removed. Hospital doctor Akhilesh Mohan Lahiri said that Ranjit (30) was brought in a critical condition on Sunday night. Due to the fall from a height, a thick and 4 feet long iron bar had entered his neck, the other end of which came out in his mouth on the right side. Surgery was done in emergency and the bar was removed. At present, the condition of the young man is improving. He has been admitted to the ICU.
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