Udupi: Man Killed, Two Others Injured in Bee Attack

Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (SM)

Udupi, Oct 15: A man was killed and two others were injured in a bee attack at Admar here on Monday October 15 evening.

The deceased has been identified as Ligory D'Silva.

It is said that Ligory stayed back at home while his wife and daughter-in-law had been to Milagres Cathedral to attend the erection ceremony of Udupi diocese.

Ligory and two workers - Thippanna and Sudheer -  were engaged in the task of cleaning the house, when one of the workers accidently touched a beehive, stirring the bees to attack.

The workers who were injured sought help, but the neighbours refused to open their doors for fear of the bee attack. However, they passed on kerosene and a match box, but it was if little use.

The bee attack claimed Ligory's life. Thippanna and Sudheer were admitted to hospital.

Padubidri police registered a case.


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  • jevin, dubai

    Tue, Oct 16 2012

    Its very shameful to hear that neighbours refused to open the dor...Are they are human being?Such neighbours are useless for anything.

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  • Arman, mangalore

    Tue, Oct 16 2012

    Neighbors refused to open doors....What a Shame ? are we humans? believe me if we are able to save one life you will make defiantly reserve your place in heaven.

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