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Vehicles damaged, forest official injured in wild elephant attack in Kerala

Updated on: 29 November,2022 02:55 PM IST  |  Malappuram
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An auto rickshaw and a pick-up van, parked on the roadside, were damaged by the jumbo, which strayed into Konur Kandi, a high range area located on the border of Malappuram-Kozhikode districts

Vehicles damaged, forest official injured in wild elephant attack in Kerala

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A forest official was injured, and two vehicles were damaged in an elephant attack near early on Tuesday.


An auto rickshaw and a pick-up van, parked on the roadside, were damaged by the jumbo, which strayed into Konur Kandi, a high range area located on the border of Malappuram-Kozhikode districts.



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"The incident occurred between 2.30-3.00 in the wee hours. One of our staffers was injured in the melee. After continuous efforts, we could finally drive it back into the forests," Edavanna forest range officer T Rehis told PTI.

A man was killed in the wild elephant attack in the region last year, he added. 

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