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Flare in Noida due to scorching heat, 14 bodies found in 24 hours; Fear of death due to heat wave

Nita Yadav

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14 people have died due to heat wave in Noida

The country is currently in the grip of intense heat. The summer conditions are such that let alone during the day, even at night the hot winds have made life difficult. People are suffering from heatwave in different parts of the country. Meanwhile, 14 people have died under suspicious circumstances from different places in Noida, adjacent to Delhi. All these deaths are suspected to be due to heat stroke and heat stroke. However, all the bodies have been sent for post-mortem. The real reason will be known only after the investigation report.

With such a large number of people reaching the hospital at once, there is an atmosphere of fear in the health department. Due to the rapidly increasing heat in the country, such cases are coming up almost every day. It is said that the real cause of death will be known only after the post-mortem report, but due to such a large number of deaths, due to the extreme heat, people are in a state of fear. All these bodies were recovered from Police Station Sector 142, Expressway Police Station, Police Station Sector 24, Police Station Sector 58, Kotwali 39, Phase 2 Police Station, Kotwali Sector 126, Phase 1 Police Station.

14 bodies in 24 hours

According to the information, around 14 dead bodies have reached the district hospital in 24 hours. Some of the deceased were taken to the hospital by the police and some by their family members after their death. There are no injury marks on the bodies of these deceased. In such a situation, it is feared that all these people may have died due to heat stroke and heat stroke. At present, the dead bodies have been sent for postmortem. The picture will be clear only after the report comes.

What is a heatwave?

There are reports of people losing their lives due to the heatwave from all corners of the country. On the other hand, no particularly good news is coming from the Meteorological Department. There is no sign of monsoon and people are suffering from extreme heat. Cooler or AC not working in home and office. Cases of heat stroke and heat stroke are also increasing due to heat. Talking about heat stroke, heat stroke is commonly called ‘sunstroke’. This happens when your body can’t regulate its temperature. When heat stroke occurs, the body temperature rises rapidly and the body is unable to cool itself. According to doctors, in the case of heat stroke, the body temperature can reach 106 °F or more within 10 to 15 minutes.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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