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Farmer Dies In A Wild Boar Attack in Medak

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Medak/Hyderabad, Feb 14 (Hydnow): A farmer was killed in a wild boar attack. This tragic incident took place in Ajjamarri village of Cilipi ched mandal of medak district on Wednesday.

As per the details given by the deceased’s son Pochaiah, village farmer Pannala Shankaraiah (59) was doing daily work in his field when suddenly a wild boar attacked him.

Shankaraiah was seriously injured in this accident. Seeing his son, the locals rushed him to the Narsapur Government Hospital and died on the way.

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Sankaraiah’s death cast a pall over the village. The police registered a case and sent the body to the hospital for postmortem (Hydnow)


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