A few minutes after drinking diesel, the one and a half year old child started vomiting and had difficulty in breathing. He was immediately taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.
Odisha A tragic incident happened when a child drank diesel. This sad incident happened in Odisha. Balasore District Where a one and a half year old child died after drinking diesel kept in a bottle by his father mistaking it for water. A lot of effort was made to save the child, but his health continued to deteriorate and he could not be saved.
Regarding the incident, the police said that the father was repairing his car on Tuesday and had kept the diesel in a bottle nearby. Meanwhile, his son, who was playing at home, came to his father and mistakenly drank the diesel kept in the bottle thinking it to be water.
started vomiting after drinking diesel
A few minutes after drinking diesel, the one and a half year old child started vomiting and had difficulty in breathing. He was immediately taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. However, his condition continued to deteriorate and the hospital immediately referred him to Bhubaneswar. Then he was taken to AIIMS located in Bhubaneswar.
However, when there was no improvement here, he was transferred to another hospital, but during this time the child died due to medical complications. On the accident, the doctor said, “It is a sad incident. The boy’s father had accidentally placed a diesel bottle which the child drank. Then he died.
Odisha: 4 killed in road accident in Puri
In another accident in Odisha, 4 people died. Odisha Police said that four people were killed in a car accident in Puri city on Tuesday morning. Officials said the four persons were going from Visakhapatnam to Puri in a hired car to attend a marriage function.
According to the police, they collided with the truck at Badapokharia in Jankiya police station area of Khordha district on National Highway-16, killing all the occupants of the vehicle. Police said their bodies have been sent for postmortem to a local hospital.
Figures from the state commerce and transport department show that in 2020, nearly 5,000 people died in road accidents in Odisha. According to statistics, the biggest reason for death in road accidents is the high speed of vehicles.