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Elphinstone stampede: Death toll rises to 23


Mumbai, September 30: The death toll in the stampede on a foot overbridge (FOB) linking two railways stations in Mumbai has gone up to 23 with a critically injured person succumbing at the KEM hospital on Saturday. Twenty-two people were killed and 39 others injured due to stampede on Friday.

Relatives check for the names of injured victims of the stampede at a hospital in Mumbai on Friday. At least 22 people were killed and 39 others were injured in the stampede at Elphinstone railway station. PTI photo

The dean of the hospital, Avinash Supe, said the deceased was identified as Satyendrakumar Kanojia who was in his late forties.

"The patient was put on ventilator as soon as he was admitted to the hospital. We tried to save him but he succumbed to internal injuries," the dean told PTI.

The body would be handed over to his relatives after completion of the routine procedures, he said.

Thirty-eight injured persons were admitted in the hospital, Supe said.

The bridge is used by lakhs of people to commute to the commercial area with high-end corporate and media offices. The tragedy took place yesterday around 10.40 am when the overbridge, linking Elphinstone Road and Parel suburban stations, became overcrowded with people taking shelter from a heavy downpour.


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