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Amidst panic, saviours arrive with help

September 13, 2008 22:37 IST

After the blasts when panicked shoppers started to rush back home, some saviours came forward to help the injured.

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Chanchal Kumar, a student of Mass Communication was one such example. He was heading towards his home in Noida after partying at a pub at Connaught Place area when the incident took place. He, along with his friend, was moving towards the Connaught Place outer circle when they heard a loud bang.

"The intensity was such that I could hear it even when my music system in the car was in full volume. Such loud sound was enough to tell that it was a bomb blast," he said.

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He asked the girls who were accompanying him to go home in another car and rushed towards the blast site along with his friend.

The site was soaked in blood and injured people were crying for help. He immediately got into act and took four people to nearby RML Hospital. He returned to the blast site and found three more people lying unattended while police was managing more serious patients.

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While they were taking these people to hospital, parents of Chanchal saw him on television wearing a blood stained shirt. His phone was also going unattended which made them even more concerned. Later, Chanchal called them up and assured them that he was fine.




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