An ambulance was not available to move the mother’s dead body

ambulance was not available, recent heartbreaking incident

An ambulance was not available to move the mother’s dead body, a recent heartbreaking incident in Srikakulam:

On the one hand, the coronavirus is causing mayhem across the country. Restrictions in the name of lockdown on the other hand. The evacuation of the bodies of those who died of illness brought new dilemmas to the relatives. A recent heartbreaking incident took place in the Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh. 

A mother who died of an illness under similar circumstances. The family was shocked to find no ambulance or other vehicle to transport the mother’s body to the cemetery. What to do. The son has taken his mother for 20 kilometers on a two-wheeler. The incident took place at Srikakulam District.

Chenchala 50, in Srikakulam district’s Mandal’s zone, fell ill, and his son has rushed her to a private hospital in Palasa on a two-wheeler with the help of another man. The doctors who gave first aid were shifted to another private hospital in Kasibugga Gandhinagar for better treatment and scanning. The son said the mother died of health problems after a scan there. 

However, imposed a lockdown as part of corona control in the town of Kasibugga. However, neither private vehicles nor ambulance crews came forward to take the body to his hometown Killoi, where he was pronounced dead at the scene. The son burst into tears in front of the police saying that he was being taken on a two-wheeler under the necessary circumstances.

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