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Four pilgrims from Tamil Nadu die in train near Jhansi

By The Hindu calender  12-Jun-2019

Four pilgrims from Tamil Nadu die in train near Jhansi

Four senior citizens from Tamil Nadu, travelling on a train from Agra to Coimbatore, died on Monday near the Jhansi railway station in Uttar Pradesh. The deceased were part of a group undertaking a religious tour of north India.
The deceased were identified as Pachaiappan, 80, Balakrishnan, 67, Dhanalakshmi, 74, and Subbarayan, 87.
Three of them are from Coimbatore and one from Coonoor.
A fifth member from the group, Kaladevi, 58, passed away before the group boarded the Kerala Express bound for Thiruvananthapuram at Agra.
According to co-passengers, the four elderly victims were unable to bear the intense heat wave conditions prevailing in north India.
According to officials of Jhansi Division of the North Central Railway, an emergency call was made to the Jhansi Junction that four persons had “fainted” in the S8 and S9 coaches. Immediately, a railway medical specialist was kept in readiness.

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