Three villagers in India were buried in cow dung after being struck by lightning
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Overseas Network, June 30th On the evening of the 28th local time, three villagers in Chattisgarh, India, were struck by lightning and the situation was critical. However, their family members are superstitious about the so-called "cow dropping treatment", burying three people in cow droppings, causing them to fail to get timely treatment, and two of them still died after being sent to the hospital.
According to the Indian Press Trust reported on the 29th, Parihar, a police officer in the Jashpur district of Chhattisgarh, told the media that the incident occurred on the evening of the 28th, when 3 Everyone works in the rice fields. After heavy rain and thunderstorms, they hid under a tree in the field to avoid rain, and then three people were suddenly struck by lightning, all seriously injured.
However, because the locals believe that cow dung has the ability to heal burns, their families and some villagers did not send the three wounded to the hospital in time, but according to superstition, they were sent from scratch to Feet buried in cow dung, trying to treat them. Until the intervention of other villagers, these three talents were successfully sent to the hospital. Among them, two villagers aged 20 and 22 died without treatment, and the other 23-year-old wounded is still receiving treatment in the hospital. (Overseas Network/Zhang Ni Internship Compilation/Wu Yishu)