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Odisha train accident: In a room full of dead bodies, the young man said – I am alive… give me water

New Delhi. After the train accident in Odisha, the dead bodies were kept in a school room, from where a young man was found alive. According to reports, Robin Naiya (35) was unconscious after Friday’s triple train accident, but he was left in a school room with the bodies after being presumed dead. When the rescue workers entered this room, Rabin moaned while pressing the leg of one of them with his hands – I am alive, not dead. Please give me water.

This information has come to the fore on Tuesday. After the accident in Balasore, there is happiness in Robin’s family due to this news. According to the report, after the Odisha train accident, the rooms of the government school were made temporary mortuaries to keep the dead bodies. Several dead bodies were kept in one room. While the rescue workers were taking the dead bodies for postmortem, some were engaged in identifying the dead bodies. In this sequence, when the rescuers entered this room of the school, one of them felt that someone was holding his legs. Only then he heard a voice that I am alive… I am not dead… Please give me water.

Robin’s 6 friends missing, had left home in search of employment
The rescue workers immediately gave the young man water and took him straight to the hospital. The person was identified as Robin Naiya, a resident of Charnekhali village in North 24 Parganas, West Bengal. Robin is undergoing treatment at the orthopedic ward of Medinipur Medical College Hospital. He has lost both his legs in this accident. He along with 7 other people of his village were aboard the Coromandel Express and all of them were going from Howrah to Andhra Pradesh in search of employment. According to the news of India Today, information about Robin’s 6 other friends could not be found. They are being reported missing.

Robin’s uncle narrowly survived the Gyaneshwari Express accident in 2010.
The June 2 train accident is the second such incident in Naiya’s family. Robin’s uncle narrowly survived the 2010 West Midnapore derailment of the Dnyaneshwari Express, in which 148 people were killed. At that time, Dnyaneshwari Express derailed and collided with a goods train coming from the opposite direction.

Preservation of dead bodies became a challenge for the Odisha government
The Odisha government has said that the current hot weather conditions have become a big challenge to preserve the dead bodies. Here, AIIMS Executive Director Dr. Ashutosh Biswas said that it is very difficult to maintain such a large number of dead bodies, identify them and after all the formalities, take the dead bodies to their families. At the same time, AIIMS, Bhubaneswar has bought at least five deep freezer containers from Paradip Port on Monday.

Medical team arrived from central government hospitals
On Monday, a group of 20 medical professionals and staff from prestigious central government hospitals in New Delhi, including AIIMS, Lady Hardinge and Ram Manohar Lohia, reached Balasore to help preserve the bodies. According to a News18 report, the team includes experts in anatomy and forensic medicine. The role of the anatomy department includes preservation by embalming, while the forensic medicine team is responsible for conducting post-mortem examinations.

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