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         Posted on :09:46:13 Dec 8, 2017
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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Three fishermen undergoing treatment at the Government Medical College Hospital, Thiruvananthapuram, for injuries sustained during Cyclone Ockhi were discharged on Thursday. All three were natives of Kanyakumari.

Three more persons from Thiruvananthapuram were admitted to the hospital. Meanwhile, the condition of Michael, 42, admitted to the trauma care ICU continues to be critical.

Nine bodies at the hospital mortuary are yet to be identified.

The Kerala Fishermen’s Welfare Fund Board on Thursday distributed financial assistance to families who were affected by the cyclonic storm in the district.

A delegation led by board chairman P.P. Chitharanjan visited the families of fishermen who died in the sea.

He also disbursed assistance of Rs. 10,000 each to the next of kin of the deceased. Besides, an amount of Rs. 5,000 each was provided to those who were being treated at the Government Medical College Hospital, Thiruvananthapuram, General Hospital, Fort Taluk Hospital, etc.

Banana crops in 565.82 hectares in the district were destroyed in the aftermath of the cyclone, resulting in a loss of Rs. 21.26 crore to farmers, according to preliminary estimates. Most of the damage to banana plantations was reported from Parassala, Neyyatinkara, Aryancode, Pallichal, and Kattakada.

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