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Lone chopper crash survivor shifted to Bengaluru for advanced treatment

Lone chopper crash survivor shifted to Bengaluru for advanced treatment

Coonoor, Dec 9 (UNI) Group Captain Varun Singh, the lone survivor
of the Mi-17V5 chopper crash which snuffed out the lives of India's
first Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat, his wife and 11 others,
was today shifted to Bengaluru for advanced treatment.
Capt Varun Singh, who suffered severe burns and was undergoing
treatment at the Military Hospital Wellington, was airlifted to Bengaluru
from the Sulur Air Force Station near Coimbatore for advanced treatment.
Earlier, he was brought to Sulur Air Force Station by road in an ambulance.
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Medall announces expansion plans in South India

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Kerala's greatest technology access helps students education: UNICEF

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