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Police Suspect Cleaning Of Septic Tank Could Have Killed Four Sanitation Workers In Madhya Pradesh

Police in Bardu village suspect the possibility of workers inhaling poisonous gases while carrying out the cleaning activity

Police Suspect Cleaning Of Septic Tank Could Have Killed Four Sanitation Workers In Madhya Pradesh

Dewas: Four sanitation workers from Madhya Pradesh died of suspected asphyxiation while cleaning a septic tank in the early hours today at Bardu village, around 60 km from Dewas the police said.

Vijay Sihote (20), Ishwar Sihote (35), Dinesh Goyal (35) and Rinku Goyal (16) died while cleaning a septic tank, Inspector B L Meena of the Pipalrava police station said.

He said one Kamal Singh Sendhav had hired them to empty the tank for Rs 8,000.

The bodies have been sent for postmortem, Mr Meena said adding the exact cause of their death would be known once the autopsy report is received.

It appears that they died of asphyxiation. However, the possibility of them inhaling some poisonous gas cannot be ruled out, he said.

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