woman carried in a cooking tope

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Odisha Flood: Villagers Carry Patient to Hospital in Cooking Tope

With road connectivity paralyzed due to the floods in Odisha, a snake bite woman on September 1 was taken to hospital in a cooking tope in Jajpur district of the state. Reportedly, the emergency services could not reach to the help of 45-year-old Manjulata Das as the Brahmani and Kharasrota rivers had flooded the area. Later, because of deteriorating health condition, the patient was transferred to a hospital in Cuttack.

Wed, 02 Sep 2020 - 02:52 AM / by Tania Mukhopadhyay

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