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Odisha: Minor Girl’s Palm Severed In Wild Boar Attack

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02 February 2019


Khurda: In a shocking incident, a toddler’s left hand palm was completely severed after a wild boar attacked the girl here today morning.

Reportedly, the incident occurred near a crusher unit at Dadhimacha area in Sadar police limits when the little girl’s parents were working there. The minor girl was playing in the area when the wild boar attacked her and her palm was disengaged from her body.

The victim Tulasi Nayak was rushed to district headquarters hospital in critical condition. The severed palm was packed in a polythene bag and the parents carried the packet to the hospital. Till last reports came in, the girl had been referred to AIIMS for treatment.

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