Umar Sunori, 58, was born in Morady and was affected by Mehdiya in Morady.
When he first introduced symptoms, he came to the city of the city where he lived, and the doctors said, after weeping a dog, a child wept and threw his teeth into his arms.
The doctors sent the vaccine to prevent him from being sent home. Three weeks later, the doctor was brought back to his hands and he recommended it with alkaled cream.
Three weeks later, the man died in hospital
Her husband's wife says she has told her that she is a father. He was convinced that he was not married.
He died because his relatives asked for the protection of his wife and children. When he died, Nabeel was a close relative of Jall. "He could not go forward, it hurt him, but he was still struggling to get up," he said. "Some talked, and some of his last words looked after his family."
The medical director of the NHS Trust in Wellington, Buckinghamshire, Tina Kenny confirmed that she died at John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. "This disease is rare in the country, because domestic investigation has begun.
Dr. Kenny asked his family to establish a relationship with the hospital. "There is concern about the caretakers coming at that hospital."
In the UK there are no housework on wild animals or domestic animals. Only five have been expelled from India between 2000 and 2017.
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