Navi Mumbai: CISF jawan’s 14-year-old son dies of cardiac failure in home quarantine | Navi Mumbai News

NAVI MUMBAI: A 14-year-old boy, the son of a CISF jawan, died of cardiac failure on Thursday afternoon. Residing in Sector 36, Kharghar, the boy collapsed while having lunch at home. He was declared dead on arrival at Apollo Hospital, Belapur. The boy and his family members were under homequarantine along with other families of CISF jawans.
The boy’s father, Tarkeshwar Kushawaha said, “On thursday, my younger son Shantanu was sitting on the floor in our flat with our family and having lunch. He suddenly collapsed around 2.10pm. We rushed him to Apollo Hospital. He had no ailments at all.” Shantanu was a class X student at Kendriya Vidyalaya, Panvel. His family hails from Deoria district, Uttar Pradesh. Kushawaha added, “The hospital declared him dead upon arrival. His death certificate points to cardiac failure.”
Civic ward officer Shriram Hajare said, “The family is among the 250 home-quarantined families in that housing complex. The boy died of cardiac failure.”
Panvel City civic chief Ganesh Deshmukh said, “The death is not related to Covid-19. We do not have any other information to the contrary.”
An Apollo Hospital emergency department staff said, “The patient was not admitted as he was brought dead.”

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