Odisha

Migrant Woman Dies In Bus While Returning To Odisha’s Bargarh

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OB Bureau

Sambalpur: A woman migrant worker died while travelling in a bus back to Bargarh district on Friday.

The deceased, who was a native of Atabira, succumbed to a kidney ailment, sources said.

According to reports, 11 migrant workers from six districts of Western Odisha had reached Balasore by a train. From there, they had boarded a bus named Rai Babu (OD 01N44545) back to their homes The woman died when the bus was in Sambalpur.

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The bus was taken to Aithapali TMC around 11 am and the other passengers got off there. A team of district and health department officials reached the spot and recovered the body from the bus.

Her last rites were performed at Rajghat in Sambalpur.

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