Old man in Ballia both legs cut off by train

Amar Ujala Network, Ballia

Published by: Geetarjuna Gautam
Updated Mon July 19, 2021 1:40 PM IST

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Jirapi and the locals took the middle-aged man off the train and took him for the next treatment. After first aid, he was referred to the district hospital. Meanwhile the train stopped for 20 minutes.

Middle-aged legs severed from the train.
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Both of the middle-aged legs were amputated after stepping in front of the Utsarg Express near Malgodam at Suremanpur train station in Ballia district on Monday morning. The relatives who got the information took the injured to Sonbarsa Community Health Center, from where doctors referred them to the district hospital. The train was also affected for 20 minutes.Bhagan, 55, a resident of Madhubani Village in Bairia Police Station, is mentally ill. On Monday morning around 7:30 a.m., the Utsarg Express, coming from Ballia, was about to stop at Suremanpur station when Bhagan approached the train and pulled down. In the chaos, with the help of GRP and the police from the Suremanpur outpost, the locals got the Middle Ages out.

Sent to Sonbarsa Community Health Center for first aid. The doctors referred the injured to the district hospital. Station master LP Verma announced that the engine driver had submitted a memo that he had collided with the train and that his legs had been amputated. The train was delayed by 20 minutes due to the incident.

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Both of the middle-aged legs were amputated after stepping in front of the Utsarg Express near Malgodam at Suremanpur train station in Ballia district on Monday morning. The relatives who got the information took the injured to Sonbarsa Community Health Center, from where doctors referred them to the district hospital. The train was also affected for 20 minutes.

Bhagan, 55, a resident of Madhubani Village in Bairia Police Station, is mentally ill. On Monday morning around 7:30 a.m., the Utsarg Express, coming from Ballia, was about to stop at Suremanpur station when Bhagan approached the train and pulled down. In the chaos, with the help of GRP and the police from the Suremanpur outpost, the locals got the Middle Ages out.

Sent to Sonbarsa Community Health Center for first aid. The doctors referred the injured to the district hospital. Station master LP Verma announced that the engine driver had submitted a memo that he had collided with the train and that his legs had been amputated. The train was delayed by 20 minutes due to the incident.

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