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Saturday, 25 May 2024 11.35 PM IST

Another mysterious heart attack victim from Hasanpur; Five-year-old dies tragically while watching cartoon

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LUCKNOW: A five-year-old girl died of a heart attack while watching a cartoon on her mobile phone on Sunday. The tragic incident took place in Hataikheda, Hasanpur Kotwali, Amroha district of Uttar Pradesh. It was five-year-old Kamini who died tragically in the incident.

The child was lying next to her mother, watching cartoons. Suddenly the phone fell out of her hand and the child fell unconscious. She was immediately taken to a nearby private hospital, but the doctors declared her dead. Hasanpur Community Health Center in-charge Dhruvendra Kumar pointed to cardiac arrest as the reason for her death.

The doctors and officials requested the family to hand over the body for a postmortem procedure but they refused. Amroha Chief Medical Officer Satyapal Singh said that an investigation is needed to know whether the cause of death was a heart attack itself or some other disease. He said that many young men and women in the area have also died due to such heart attacks in recent times.

On December 31, 2023, 16-year-old Prince Kumar fell unconscious while playing cricket in Hasanpur, Amroha. He was rushed to the hospital but was declared dead by the doctors. 12-year-old Shipra, a native of Bijnor, died after collapsing in the classroom on December 9, 2023.

“Heart attacks are common due to cold weather. Oxygen levels and blood pressure decrease. This increases the risk of blood clots," said senior physician Rahul Bishnoi.

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