Leg of Tamil Nadu woman injured while avoiding AIADMK flag pole on road amputated

A Tamil Nadu woman was injured while avoiding AIADMK flag pole on road. The doctors said that her right leg was fractured and the nerves up to her thigh in the left leg were completely damaged.
Written By Siddhu Manchikanti | Updated: November 17, 2019 17:11 IST
Leg of Tamil Nadu woman injured while avoiding AIADMK flag pole on road amputated

The left leg of a 30-year-old woman, who got injured after a truck hit her scooter while she was allegedly trying to avoid an AIADMK flagpole in Tamil Nadu's Coimbatore, has amputated.
 
The doctors said her right leg got fractured and the nerves up to her thigh in the left leg were completely damaged. The doctors of a private multi-specialty hospital amputated the leg of a woman that had crushed under the wheels of a lorry allegedly after a flag pole of a political party fell on her.
 
“The left leg is badly injured and infected and had to be amputated. She requires intensive care for another 5 to 6 days. Another surgery will be performed on her right leg which is also fractured. She definitely needs ventilator support for a week,” he added.
 
It was on Monday that Rajeshwari met with the accident.




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