Meher was hit on the right side of his neck by the javelin. And a portion of its head fell to his left side.
Moreover officials reported that a javelin pierced the neck of a Class 9 student. Although at the annual sports meet of a government school in the Balangir district. Which is of Odisha on Saturday, inflicting critical injuries.
Moreover, the student, who goes by the name Sadananda Meher, is now safe.
Meher was struck on the right side of his neck by the javelin. It was thrown by another student at Agalpur Boys’ Panchayat High School. It was during a practice session. A portion of the javelin’s head came out of his left side.
The boy was rushed to the Bhima Bhoi Medical College and Hospital in Balangir. Having the javelin stuck below his chin. The doctors safely removed it. However, Meher has been admitted to the hospital’s intensive care unit.
“This unfortunate incident occurred during a school sports meet. We are glad the child is safe. According to Balangir Collector Chanchal Rana, as reported by PTI.
The district collector has directed officials to provide the student’s family with immediate assistance in the amount of 30,000.
Additionally, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has ordered that the boy receive better care. With the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund providing the necessary funds.
Achyutananda Meher, the child’s uncle, said, “I rushed to the hospital after the school authorities informed me about it,” when asked about the incident. The accident caused the sports meet to be canceled.
Moreover, during the Agalpur Boys’ High School’s annual sports meet on Saturday. A javelin struck a class 9 student in the neck, causing a terrible accident.
The student with serious injuries was rushed to the Hospital for treatment.
“I rushed to the hospital after the school authorities informed me about the accident,” the child’s uncle, Achyutananda Meher, stated about the incident. My child has been harmed as a result of the school administration’s blatant negligence. If the sport of jevellin throw is not practiced with caution and under the guidance of an expert, it can be risky. The only thing I care about is getting my child home safely.
According to reports, the District Collector, Chanchal Rana, has directed the Red Cross fund to provide the child’s family with Rs 30,000. Aside from that, the administration of the district will make certain that the child’s treatment goes off without a hitch.
Moreover, the child has had the javellin removed from his throat, according to the most recent reports, and he is currently being monitored.
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