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28-yr-old on way to hosp meets mishap

DNMUM433498 | 3/16/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :145

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A 28-year-old Byculla resident Mohammad Atahar, who was on his way to meet his ailing father, got admitted to the GT Hospital on Thursday. Atahar, a mechanic by profession and a resident of Louis Compound in Byculla, had a narrow escape with fractures in both the legs in Thursday’s Himalaya Bridge collapse. The bridge that connects CSMT railway station to Anjuman Islam School collapsed at around 7.30 pm. “Atahar had been making rounds of GT Hospital every day ever since his 75-year-old father got hospitalised due to diabetes. His father’s leg was amputated following an operation recently,” said Atahar’s relative Mohammad Mahroof. “We came to know about Atahar’s injury only after receiving a call from the authorities,” said Mahro
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