Unnao rape survivor, lawyer stable after accident, confirms KGMU doctors

Her advocate was removed from the ventilator for sometime on Tuesday during which his condition remained stable, a doctor said.

Published: 31st July 2019 01:06 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st July 2019 01:06 AM   |  A+A-

Police outside King George Medical University hospital (Photo | PTI)


LUCKNOW: The condition of the Unnao rape survivor, undergoing treatment at the King George Medical University hospital here after getting critically injured in a road accident, is stable, said doctors on Tuesday.

"The rape survivor has sustained multiple fractures. A CT scan was conducted on her. It revealed no head injury. Her condition is stable and doctors are monitoring her situation round the clock." KGMU's Trauma Centre in-charge, Dr Sandeep Tiwari Tuesday said.

The victim, however, is still on a ventilator, he added.

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Asked about her lawyer's condition, Dr Tiwari said the advocate was removed from the ventilator for sometime on Tuesday during which his condition remained stable.

"He was, however, put again on the ventilator," he added.

Asked if the KGMU intended to call in specialist doctors from other hospitals, Dr Tiwari said, "There is no shortage of specialists in KGMU.

If needed, we can, however, call doctors from other hospitals of Lucknow.

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