Coffin makers are known to be experts in the art of constructing coffins for the deceased, but one coffin maker in Cameroon has recently been caught for a shocking act of wickedness.
The individual, who remains unnamed, was caught sneaking into a hospital in Cameroon to remove drips that had been inserted into the veins of cholera patients on admission.
Cholera is a deadly disease that is caused by the bacterium Vibrio cholerae and is spread through contaminated water or food.
The symptoms of cholera include severe diarrhea, vomiting, and dehydration, which can lead to death if left untreated. In order to combat the disease, patients are often admitted to hospitals and given drip treatments to help replenish fluids and electrolytes lost due to the disease.
The hospital staff noticed the suspicious activity of the coffin maker and immediately alerted the authorities.
The individual was caught red-handed in the act of removing the drips from the cholera patients, and was subsequently arrested by the police.
The hospital staff were shocked and saddened by the news, as they had been working hard to save the lives of the cholera patients.
The motives behind the coffin maker’s actions are still unclear, but it is believed that the individual may have been attempting to remove the drips for personal reason.
The police are currently investigating the incident, and it is likely that the coffin maker will face severe consequences for their actions.
This shocking incident serves as a reminder of the importance of hospital security and the need to protect vulnerable patients from those who may seek to harm them. It also highlights the importance of treating cholera patients with the utmost care and attention, as their lives are at risk.
The hospital staff and authorities have since taken steps to ensure the safety of their patients and to prevent similar incidents from happening in the future. They have strengthened the security protocols and are closely monitoring the activities of all individuals entering the hospital.
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