Analytical Study of Railway Accidental Deaths

Authors

  • G. Lavanya Kowsil1, Kampa Venkat Nagaraju2, Jakkam Surendar3

Keywords:

rail way accidents, suicide, decapitation.

Abstract

Travel but on the other hand caused lot of damage to human lives in the form of accidents. The present

study conducted at Guntur medical college, Guntur over the period of two years among the autopsies done

in the forensic medicine department. Out of 1748 autopsies railway accidental deaths were 114 with male

predominance. Most of the railway accidental deaths were seen in the middle age. More deaths were due to

decapitation.

Author Biography

G. Lavanya Kowsil1, Kampa Venkat Nagaraju2, Jakkam Surendar3

1 Assciate Professor, 2Assistant Professor, Depatment of Ferensic Medicine And Toxicology Gandhi Medical

College, Secunderbad, 3Assistant Professor, Depatment of Ferensic Medicine And Toxicology, Kakatiya Medical

College, Warangal

Published

2020-07-30

How to Cite

G. Lavanya Kowsil1, Kampa Venkat Nagaraju2, Jakkam Surendar3. (2020). Analytical Study of Railway Accidental Deaths. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 14(3), 1918-1923. Retrieved from http://medicopublication.com/index.php/ijfmt/article/view/10700