The man begged the rescue worker. Shocked in odisha mortuary. A 35-year-old man, believed to have died in a train accident, was found alive in a mortuary where the dead bodies were temporarily kept. A terrible train accident occurred last friday (June 2) evening in Odisha's Balasore district. Coromandel Express was coming to chennai from Shalimar railway station in kolkata on the night of 1st June. At that time, there was a sudden derailment at Bahanaga Bazar station in the Balasore district of Odisha. At the same time, another train from Yeswantpur to Howrah collided with the derailed coaches. Three coaches of the Howrah Express derailed and collided with a freight train on the same route, resulting in the biggest accident in indian history. Meanwhile, odisha Chief Secretary pradeep Jena officially announced that 288 people died in the train accident yesterday. Addressing reporters, he said that after examining the reports of district hospitals and morgues, and various district collectors, the death toll in Balasore has been confirmed at 288. Out of which, 205 bodies have been transferred to other places so far, he said.
A person who was alive in the morgue:
A 35-year-old man, who was presumed dead in the horrific train accident in Odisha's Balasore, was found alive in a mortuary where the dead bodies were temporarily kept. A 35-year-old man, Robin Naia, was knocked unconscious in a three-train accident involving Howrah-Chennai Coromandel Express, Bengaluru-Howrah Express, and a freight train on Friday. At that time, the rescue workers assumed that Naiya was dead and put her in a mortuary in Balasore. Later, Naiya is found suffocated in the mortuary among various corpses.
In this situation, when the rescue workers entered the room to remove the mutilated bodies piled up in the room, Naiya begged by holding the leg of one of them. In it, Naiya said with a small moan, he is alive, not dead yet. Please give him water. Hearing this, the rescue workers immediately gave him some water and informed the higher authorities. Subsequently, on the orders of the higher authorities, the rescue team immediately took him to the hospital for medical treatment. Naiya, a resident of Sarnekali village in North 24 Parganas, West Bengal, survived the train accident but lost both her legs. Currently, he is being treated in the Orthopedic Department of Medinipur Medical college Hospital in critical condition.
Along with seven other people from the village, Naiya had come from Howrah to andhra pradesh on the Coromandel Express in search of work. The details of the six friends who were traveling with Naiya are still unknown. The june 2 train accident is the second incident in Naiya's family. Robin's uncle survived the 2010 West midnapore Gnaneswari Express derailment that killed 148 people. Jnaneshwari Express derailed and collided with a freight train coming from the opposite direction.