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6 die after consuming wild mushroom in Nepal

PTI | Kathmandu | Updated: 14-06-2019 21:11 IST | Created: 14-06-2019 21:03 IST
6 die after consuming wild mushroom in Nepal
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Six people, including four children, of the same family, died after consuming wild mushroom in Nepal's Palpa district, police said on Friday. Two children - aged 4 and 9 - died immediately after consuming the poisonous mushroom last week, they said.

Four persons, including two girls aged 12 and 14, died at a hospital in Kathmandu on Friday, police said. Seven others who fell ill following the incident are still receiving treatment.


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