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Danger averted: Police rescue woman lying near rhino in Kaziranga National Park

NAGAON: Assam Police officials in Nagaon safely rescued a woman who was found lying dangerously close to a rhinoceros in the Kaziranga National Park.

A police team headed by ASI Dewti Bora reached the spot and rescued the woman before the situation could get out of hand.

“The bravehearts of Nagaon Police safely rescued a woman found lying dangerously close to a Rhino in the Kaziranga National Park. Kudos to ASI Dewti Bora and team of Bagori PP for their exemplary courage,” the police wrote in a tweet.

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The woman was spotted lying close to a one-horned rhino at the park near Burapahar range on Monday, which led to panic among the locals.

Locals said the woman entered the park and lay down in front of the one-horned rhino. Some claimed that the woman was “mentally disturbed.”

The locals immediately informed the Bagori Police about the incident, following which a team was deployed to the area.

Police reached the spot following the SOS call, but they had to wait for a ‘window’ moment to save the woman.

After some time, the rhino turned away and the police jumped into action and rescued the woman.

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