Woman falls off tree to death

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A woman has fallen to death from a tree that she had climbed to cut green leaves for her cattle.

Deurupa Khadka, 34, of Simli-1 in Rukum was seriously injured after falling from a tree on Tuesday. She succumbed to her injuries while undergoing treatment in Kathmandu.

From the District Hospital, Salle, she was referred to Nepalgunj and from there to the capital for treatment, according to local resident Ramesh Dangi. RSS



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