An elephant attack in Tinsukia, Assam, killed a 20-year-old guy, according to police

According to those with knowledge of the situation, the event happened as he tried to drive a herd of elephants out of the settlement. Silchar: In the Tinsukia area of Assam, a wild elephant stomped a guy in his 20s, and he died from his wounds on Friday morning, according to authorities.

The dead has been recognized as Pavitra Phukan, a Digboi local who was born in the Haldibari neighborhood.

According to those with knowledge of the situation, he was trying to drive a herd of elephants out of the community when the tragedy happened.

After arriving at the scene of the event, police and forest authorities carried Phukan to a nearby government hospital, where the medical staff pronounced him dead.

According to the police, they are still looking into the incident and have submitted the body for a post-mortem. The family members will subsequently get the body.

According to forest officials, the tuskers frequently emerge from the forest in search of food because the region is close to the Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary.

Officials stated that the boy took it upon himself to drive the elephants out, and in the process, he lost his life.

They attempted to save him, according to Pavitra’s father Rajen Phukan, but he had already suffered serious injuries.

When a 31-year-old Chirang district resident went to gather wood in a forested location on Wednesday, a herd of wild elephants stomped her to death.

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