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Body of missing sewer worker found
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Published : Wednesday, 13 September, 2017 at 7:14 PM, Update: 13.09.2017 9:07:06 PM, Count : 81
A sewer worker, who went missing after entering a manhole in Mirpur-7 on Tuesday afternoon, was found dead after 24 hours on Wednesday afternoon, reports UNB.

A group of sewer workers went down the manhole to clean the line near Chalantika intersection on Milk Vita Road around 3:30pm on Tuesday. All except one worker, aged around 18-20, subsequently came out.

Being informed, a team from Mirpur Fire Service station went to the spot and started a rescue operation from Tuesday afternoon, UNB said.

They recovered the body of the missing worker from 300-400 metres away from the spot around 3:40pm today, said duty officer at the Fire Service and Civil Defence central control room Mahfuz Reven.

The identity of the victim could not be ascertained immediately, said sub-inspector Palash of Rupnagar Police Station.

The body was sent to Dhaka Medical College Hospital morgue for post mortem, he said.


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