Jharkhand News: On Tuesday, a rabid dog bitten and injured a dozen people, including a child, in Chandurdih tola of Kanatand village, located in Rangamati panchayat of Nirsa block under Dhanbad district. All the injured have been referred to Shaheed Nirmal Mahato Medical College and Hospital after treatment at Nirsa CHC.
what is the matter
According to the information, a stray dog of the village bitten and injured 12 people including three-year-old girl Aarti Chitrakar. Among the injured are Anant Lal Tudu, Dilip Chitrakar, Dilip Mohli, Savitri Mohli, Rekha Mohli, Ratan Mohli, Raja Murmu, Raja Mohli, Chumki Chitrakar, Fuchi Marandi, Antlal Tudu, Raja Ravani. A mad dog was running away from the courtyard of the house with a small girl Aarti. Due to which the girl has got a serious wound in her back.
People troubled by the terror of mad dog
For the last two days, the terror of a mad dog is continuing in this village. In Chandurdih, people are so scared of dog terror that it has become difficult for them to leave their homes. Due to fear of dog, children have stopped playing outside the house. This stray dog has made dozens of people its victims today. Many people and children were sent to Nirsa Health Center in bleeding condition.
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killed the dog
A mad dog entered the courtyard of the house and was running away with the Aarti painter. Then his father Vikas Chitrakar started killing the dog with an axe. During this the villagers got united and everyone surrounded and killed that dog. After this people heaved a sigh of relief.
Rabies injection given to the injured
After getting information about the incident, Dr. Pushpa Kerketta, in-charge of Nirsa Health Center sent 108 ambulances and brought all the injured to Nirsa Health Center. After giving first aid, rabies vaccine was given to all the injured. At the same time, seriously injured people were referred to Dhanbad for better treatment. Dr. Pushpa said that all the injured were given first aid and rabies vaccine.
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