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Driver, shopkeeper save 66-yr-old’s life

DNMUM433496 | 3/16/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :173

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Sixty-six-year-old Dilip Parikh’s family expressed their gratitude to two people on Friday. The taxi driver, who took Parikh to the hospital and the shopkeeper he had visited earlier. The shopkeeper was the one, who informed the family. After the collapse, Parikh lost his mobile phone. He asked the taxi driver to call his relatives and inform them. Kamlesh Kapasi, his relative, said, “After hearing about the bridge collapse on television, his wife tried to contact him. She then called the shopkeeper he had visited. They informed her about the incident. As soon as we got the information, we rushed to Bombay Hospital.” He further said, “The taxi driver was a good person. We are thankful that he did not only take Parikh to the hosp
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