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- For 3 Days After The Accident, The Vehicle Passed Over The Corpse Of The Elderly, Police Found Nothing But Fragments Of Bones.
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After lying on the road for 2 days, only the bones of the elderly body were left, they too were shattered.
In Rewa, Madhya Pradesh, the corpses of an elderly man were crushed for 2 days. The police patrolling team was not aware of this degradation of human body in Churhat. On the third morning in the morning, a passer-by looked at the dirty clothes on the road and searched, and found that flies were buzzing around the clothes. On removing clothes, bones were seen there. On the information of the passerby, the police arrived and it was revealed that these bones belonged to human beings.
According to the police, the elderly has been identified as Sampatlal, 75 years old, living in Sonvarsha village in Satna district. On February 17, he was going to his daughter’s home in Churhat in Rewa district. Sampatlal came on a tractor from the village. They boarded the bus from Ramnagar. The bus started off on the Shorkin bypass of Rewa and went to the village of foot daughter. During this time, a vehicle hit them and got out crushing them.
The night and day continued to be bad
Police patrols on the highway to say, but after the incident no one took care of them. All night the vehicles kept crushing the corpse of the elderly. By the next morning, only their clothes, blankets and bones were left due to the crushing of flesh and organs. On the second day, the carriages passed over his remains.
Binds had to be tied in cloth
On the information of the passerby, the police reached the spot on 20 February. By then, the bones were also broken into pieces due to the constant crushing under the trains. The condition was that they had to be folded and tied in cloth.
Family identified with blanket and clothes
Sampatlal’s housemates were searching for him when his daughter did not reach here for 2 days after leaving the house. On reaching the police, they identified him with clothes and blankets. Police has sent bones to Sanjay Gandhi Hospital for post-mortem. Till now, the vehicle which hit the elderly has not been detected.