Endosulfan poisoning: 16 villagers discharged from hospital


Team Udayavani, Jan 14, 2019, 7:51 AM IST

Yadgiri: 16 people, including two children aged below 10 years, who were hospitalised after consuming water suspected to have been poisoned with Endosulfan in Teggelli and Shakapur villages of Shorapur taluk, have been discharged, On Sunday, January, 13.

One of the victims, Honnamma (65) died on her way to the hospital on January 10, in Kalaburagi. The rest of the victims, out of danger and were discharged from the hospital.

It was pump operator Mounesh who informed people of Teggelli and Shakapur about the contaminated water after his mother Nagamma complained of nausea. He had also closed the valve to avoid a massive tragedy which could have occurred. However, he was later taken to hospital after he complained of sickness.

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