Patients die as Telangana stops Andhra Pradesh ambulances

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Hyderabad, May 14

Despite Telangana High Court orders, the police on state highways continue to block the entry of ambulances carrying Covid-19 patients from Andhra Pradesh.

Two patients from Andhra Pradesh died on Friday after the Telangana Police did not permit vehicles to cross the interstate border at Kurnool.

Officials have lodged a protest with their Telangana counterparts saying despite the acceptance of these patients by hospitals in advance, two natives of Nandyal and Kurnool died in the ambulances due to delay in medical aid. Sources said the development took place at the Panchalingala check-post on National Highway-44 where around 40 ambulances were forced to return. — TNS

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