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Person Injured in Tiruvallur Wall Collapse is Stable, Doctor Says

by Kathy Jones on July 6, 2014 at 11:00 PM
 Person Injured in Tiruvallur Wall Collapse is Stable, Doctor Says

One person rescued from the rubble of the Triuvallur wall collapse is stable and responding to treatment at Stanley Hospital, the Director of Medical Education, Dr. Geetha Lakshmi said.

"The one person rescued is stable and responding, 11 are dead and have been put in Tiruvallur mortuary. The local municipality will do the identification. All the trapped people have been rescued," said Dr Lakshmi.


Earlier today, eleven people were killed after the compound wall of a godown collapsed in Uparapalayam in Thiruvallur district of Tamil Nadu. The incident is believed to have occured around 2 am in early morning, but the rescue efforts started only around 7am.

Among the eleven people who died in the incident, at least four are women, including one child, while the remaining six who died are said to be men.

Source: ANI
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