|Occurred : 5/10/2001 22:30 (Entered as : 05/10/2001 22.30)
Reported: 5/14/2001 07:40
Location: Ghaziabad (India),
|MASKED THAT SCTRACHED & HIT, FLY HIGH & AFFECTED REPORTED LOSS OF BODY CONTROL
for past 1 month we are facing unique problem .,some undentified person/s scratch faces &body, witness say that they can jump upto 30 feet & more many also reported of their short hieght 4feet 5 inch,silver colour(not sure) tilldate some peole think that is some monkeyman or mysterious animal. had there been hoax& practical jokes,then these mysterious objects have not striked in front of police station ,crowded places. also some affected peole reported that they are losing control over their bodies REPRESENTING MY CITY I AM WRITING TO YOU YOU COULD CONFIRM MY REPORT FROM ANY NEWSPAPER DAILY IN INDIA
((NUFORC Note: We confirm that news reports consistent with this report are coming out of India. Apparently, upwards of 50-100 people reportedly have been attacked by something, to the extent that they have been treated at local hospitals. We copy below a new report from Lucknow, India, dated, we believe, 16MY01. PD))
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Ghaziabad indifferent at victims' treatment SP Sngh /Ghaziabad
A confused district administration is yet to give medical treatment to the monkey-man bite victims. The unofficial number is almost 100, though police have recorded 50 cases only.
According to medical experts, "If it is the monkey bite, then an anti-rabies shot must be administered. In case of a metallic injury, tetanus shots must be the option". However, no such treatment has been
given to any patient till now. The District Administration just sought medical opinion from Dr AK Sharma, superintendent, District MMG Hospital. "These are simple abrasions. There is no risk of any
infection," he said.
Commenting on the observations, legal expert Mr Surender Rathi said: "This is wrong, once an FIR is lodged, the medical examination and proper treatment is a must, otherwise it will affect the case". "This is an important evidence of the prosecution. So any error or laxity on the part of administration would be a blunder," he added. Meanwhile, attacks of the ape-man on the residents in and around Ghaziabad are reportedly to be continued. The mysterious creature attacked four persons - ((four names deleted)) in Indergarhi locality here. The irate residents jammed traffic for three hours on
Delhi-Lucknow Highway. The traffic movement could be restored after the assurance of providing power throughout the night. "Six cases of 'shadow attacks' were reported from Loni town of this district. The victims' were identified as ((four names deleted)). They were attacked at Laxmi Garden colony. Jagmohan of Dasna town was also attacked by the same shadow creature", stated the ADM (city).
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