Bantwal: Three pedestrians injured in wasp attack, one serious

Daijiworld Media Network – Bantwal (MS)

Bantwal, Mar 19: A group of wasps attacked three pedestrians who were walking towards the bus stand on Sunday, March 19 noon in Kalpane here. While one person was seriously injured, the other two received minor injuries.

Poovappa (61), a resident of Kalpane, was seriously injured and has been admitted to the ICU of A J Hospital in Mangaluru. Mahesh and Gopal were admitted to Thumbay Hospital and are currently out of danger.

The three victims were walking towards the B C Road bus stand from Kalpane when the wasps attacked suddenly. Poovappa, who works in a truck body building workshop, was on his weekly day off and was heading to B C Road for personal reasons.

Auto rickshaw drivers from Kalpane helped ferry all three of the injured individuals to the hospital immediately.




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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Sun, Mar 19 2023

    Some bird or crow attacks their nest & these bees attack innocent Pedestrians ...

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  • Wilfred, Karnataka

    Sun, Mar 19 2023

    Poor people are victim.this is sign of awareness to safeguard the environment and to think about nature.Creator created not only human being also created creaters

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Sun, Mar 19 2023

    Frequent attacks by wild wasps and bees may be because of the destruction of their secure habitats in deep foliaged spaces in the jungles!

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sun, Mar 19 2023

    chithra vichithra kind of incidents are happening after 2014..never heard of wasp attacks before...ghora chaddi yuga

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