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In pain and trauma
- The 217B survivors battle for life

Several passengers on the ill-fated 217B are still in hospital. A few are fighting for their life. Metro checks up on them

Name: Runu Das, 23

Lost: Son Subho

Admitted in: New Life Nursing Home

Condition: Runu, who is five months pregnant, was shifted from the ICU to the general ward on Sunday. The foetus is all right, said a doctor.

Name: Sumana Mahapatra, 38

Admitted in: Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals

Condition: Sumana has an abdominal injury and needs ventilator support.

Name: Sunita Mirdha, 5

Lost: Mother Sandhya

Admitted in: Apex Nursing Home

Condition: The cuts and bruises have healed and the breathing trouble has eased, but Sunita is in trauma. She does not know yet that her mother is dead, said a relative.

Name: Swapan Dutta, 55

Admitted in: Apex Nursing Home

Condition: Dutta is in the CCU with a lung infection. He had been suffering from stomach pain.

Name: Zahir Mondol, 2

Lost: Sisters Hena and Neha, grandmother Asma Bibi

Admitted in: Apex Nursing Home

Condition: The child’s fever has gone down. The respiratory problems have also eased.

Name: Marjina Bibi, 25

Lost: Daughters Hena and Neha, mother-in-law Asma Bibi

Admitted in: Apex Nursing Home

Condition: She is recovering from a head injury and has been suffering from a pain in the back of the head. She doesn’t know that her daughters are dead.

Name: Rahim Mondol, 55

Lost: Wife Asma Bibi, grandchildren Hena and Neha

Admitted in: Apex Nursing Home

Condition: Rahim’s breathing problems have been taken care of, but he is is trauma.

Name: Sujit Kumar Dutta, 42

Admitted in: Charnoc Hospital

Condition: Dutta is in the ICU with chest pain. There has been no internal haemorrhage

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