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A girl student, who was reportedly bitten by a snake, attended the Plus 2 examination and later fell sick while writing her paper. The incident has been reported from Keonjhar district on Saturday.
According to sources, the student identified as Lipsa Rani Sahoo, a resident of Dadhibabanpur village, was getting ready to leave for Anandapur College to appear for the annual examination when a snake bit her.
However, Lipsa went to the college and sat for the examination. Midway into the exam, she complaint of uneasiness, sources said.
Later, Lipsa was rushed to Anandapur sub-divisional hospital as her health condition deteriorated.
“She (Lipsa) went to the backyard of the house before leaving for the examination. In the meantime, a black-colored snake bit her. However, she went to attend the exam and was later shifted to hospital after she felt sick,” said a relative of the girl student.
(Reported by Lokanath Singh, OTV)