Two elderly persons were killed and one injured after being attacked by wild tuskers in Angul and Dhenkanal districts of Odisha on Saturday.
Trampled To Death
The intensity of man-animal conflict is increasing day-by-day as jumbo scare has struck Sundargarh after a man was trampled to death and several houses was completely ravaged here today morning.
A man was trampled to death by a wild tusker, during an attempt to ward off a herd of elephants, in Kanas area of Puri district today.
In yet another man-animal conflict, a minor boy was killed while several houses and crops were damaged by a wild elephants in the district here on Wednesday.
A wild elephant trampled a nine-year-old boy to death while critically injured his mother at Khuntakata village here in the district on Wednesday night.
In two separate incidents of man-animal conflict, one person got trampled to death at Tentulisingha village and one got injured at Kalinga Pal village under Hindol forest here on Thursday early morning.
A man trampled to death in Gengutia village by a Jumbo increasing the number of frequent elephant attacks in Dhenkanal Sadar Range early in the morning here on Saturday.