A 'corpse' woke up in a morgue as doctors were preparing to perform a post-mortem examination on him
Crowd control is poor in India and stampedes are common. Maybe there were many lives could be saved if the procedure of this sort incident was improved by the authorities. Just like the survivor said the victims of stampede were dumped quite haphazardly into trucks without checking whether they were alive or not.
A 'corpse' woke up in a morgue as doctors were preparing to perform a post-mortem examination on him.
The Indian pilgrim, who was knocked unconscious in a stampede that killed 150 people last Sunday, woke up surrounded by rows of dead bodies.
Mange Ram, 19, lost consciousness in the stampede triggered by rumours of a landslide that caused panic among thousands of people climbing a steep mountain path, according to media reports.
Ram said he awoke in a hospital morgue after Sunday's tragedy at the Naina Devi shrine in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh.
He said: "When I woke up, I was in the middle of a row of bodies waiting for post-mortem."