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New Delhi: Three people from Nagaland, one woman and two men, fell from terrace of a building in Delhi, as reported by police. The woman was declared dead after she was taken to the hospital and the men were reported as injured. The accident happened in Delhi’s Krishna Nagar.

“The PCR received a call at 3:50 AM that three people were lying in an unconscious condition in a lane of Krishna Nagar. On arrival of police team, it was found that one lady and two men had fallen from a building,” said South District Police Deputy Commissioner Prem Nath.

“While the lady had died at the spot, the two men received severe injuries,” he added.
The woman is identified as Lovili from Nagaland, while the two men, Robert and Jacob-both 24 are from Manipur.

The two men are admitted to the AIIMS. While the Naga people representatives and NGOs are informed to receive the body of the woman after the post-mortem examination, the official said.

Amit Gupta, spokesperson for AIIMS, said all three of them were brought to the hospital at 4.30 AM.

“While the lady was declared dead on arrival, the other two have been admitted to the trauma centre ICU,” he said. He said that Robert has suffered internal injuries, while Jacob suffered only a few bone fractures.

 

(With inputs from IANS)

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Air Quality In Delhi Very Low, No Sign Of Improvement

SAFAR has advised people to avoid outdoor physical activities.

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Delhi's air quality drastically dipped during Diwali. Wikimedia Commons
Delhi's air quality drastically dipped during Diwali. Wikimedia Commons

The air quality deteriorated to ‘very poor’ in the national capital Delhi and areas around it due to low wind speed and marginal effect of stubble burning in neighbouring states.

Several areas across Delhi also saw ‘severe-plus’ and ‘severe’ air quality due to high level of particle pollution, which remained over 10 times the safe limit.

The Air Quality Index (AQI) was 337 or very-poor against 273 or poor or Thursday. The AQI at Anand Vihar was 407 and of Mundaka was 432, both under ‘severe’ category.

PM2.5, or particles with diameter less than 2.5mm, is still the dominant pollutant. Despite dry and cool north-westerly winds, the air quality dropped to the average PM2.5 over 37 areas of Delhi recording 191 microgrammes per cubic meters, against 134 units on Thursday and 240 units on Wednesday.

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“Air Quality Index will remain in very poor category on Saturday. A slight improvement is predicted later,” said a forecast by System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research.

According to weather analysts, wind speed at present is slow allowing the pollutant to accumulate.

“Stubble fire will have a marginal impact,” SAFAR said.

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SAFAR has advised people to avoid outdoor physical activities.

“If asthmatic, keep relief medicine handy,” the warning added. (IANS)