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Shivangini is out of danger

By Spl Correspondent

NEW DELHI, Jan 10 - The 12-year-old archer Shivangini Gohain from Dibrugarh was operated successfully at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here today. She is stable and out of danger.

The operation performed on Friday on a minor archer was successfully completed, AIIMS spokesman said.

The 12-year-old archer was injured in the shoulder while practising for Khelo India event and was airlifted to AIIMS Trauma Centre on Thursday. During the operation, the arrow was cut with a machine and the child is out of danger. It had penetrated six inches inside her shoulder.

On January 9, the incident took place in Chabua of Dibrugarh district during practice when due to a wrong aim of a fellow player the arrow hit her shoulder as she was standing directly near the board. She was immediately taken to a local hospital in Dibrugarh.

The doctors tried to get the arrow removed first but did not take the risk due to the possibility of the arrow hitting the spinal cord. The hospital then referred her case to Delhi after providing first aid.

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Shivangini is out of danger

NEW DELHI, Jan 10 - The 12-year-old archer Shivangini Gohain from Dibrugarh was operated successfully at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here today. She is stable and out of danger.

The operation performed on Friday on a minor archer was successfully completed, AIIMS spokesman said.

The 12-year-old archer was injured in the shoulder while practising for Khelo India event and was airlifted to AIIMS Trauma Centre on Thursday. During the operation, the arrow was cut with a machine and the child is out of danger. It had penetrated six inches inside her shoulder.

On January 9, the incident took place in Chabua of Dibrugarh district during practice when due to a wrong aim of a fellow player the arrow hit her shoulder as she was standing directly near the board. She was immediately taken to a local hospital in Dibrugarh.

The doctors tried to get the arrow removed first but did not take the risk due to the possibility of the arrow hitting the spinal cord. The hospital then referred her case to Delhi after providing first aid.

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