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Child dies after swallowing coin allegedly due to medical negligence in Kerala

Video Credit: ANI - Duration: 01:11s - Published
Child dies after swallowing coin allegedly due to medical negligence in Kerala

Child dies after swallowing coin allegedly due to medical negligence in Kerala

3-year-old boy died on August 02 after swallowing a coin.

Aluva councillor, Santosh alleges medical negligence behind the death.

Councillor said boy died at the hospital as the doctor refused to attend him.

Speaking to ANI, he said, "He went to Ernakulam General Hospital but didn't get proper treatment.

Later, Alappuzha Medical College denied treatment saying he is from a containment zone"


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