The conductor got heart attack in the moving bus; Death in just 30 seconds, incident captured in CCTV, see VIDEO

The conductor got heart attack in the moving bus;  Death in just 30 seconds, incident captured in CCTV, see VIDEO

A shocking incident has been captured in CCTV in Khargone district of Madhya Pradesh. It is said that the conductor of a moving bus on Mumbai National Highway under Balakwara police station area of ​​Khargone district died due to cardiac arrest. The video of this incident has gone viral. This video is only of 30 seconds, in which it can be seen that the conductor is in trouble, after which he dies on his seat.

It is seen in the video that the elderly couple sitting in the neighborhood gets upset when they see the conductor in trouble. The elders also try unsuccessfully to help the conductor. This matter is being told of Khaltaka police outpost area of ​​Balakwara police station area of ​​Khargone district. The incident took place near Magarkhedi village on the Agra Mumbai National Highway.

Conductor 40-year-old conductor Akhilvi Kumawat suffered a heart attack after the bus driver took him to the primary health center at Thikri in Barwani district, 5 km away, where doctors declared him brought dead. Thikri station in-charge Bhavani Ram Verma told that the incident took place on May 20. The police conducted the post-mortem of the dead body and handed it over to the relatives.

Doctors have attributed the cause of the incident to cardiac arrest. Police officials said that since the incident was of Khaltaka police post area of ​​Khargone district, the information was registered at zero and sent to the concerned police station area. A doctor who did the postmortem of the dead body said – prima facie the death was due to cardiac arrest.

After the incident, as soon as the driver reached the hospital with the bus, the doctor on duty RS Tomar along with his colleagues gave first aid CPR to the conductor. The doctors tried their best to save the conductor Akhil Kumawat but he could not be saved. Kumawat was a resident of Narmada Nagar in Kukshi tehsil of Dhar district. Relatives say that Kumawat was the conductor and on that day a private passenger bus had left from Indore towards Pune. He did not have any major illness in the past.

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