Dutch woman found dead on train in Delhi
According to police, Janine Corina was part of a 15-member group of tourists that had come to India on July 15.india Updated: Aug 03, 2006 16:17 IST
A 25-year-old Dutch woman tourist died on Thursday on a train while coming to New Delhi from Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh.
According to police, Janine Corina was part of a 15-member group of tourists that had come to India on July 15. "The group was returning from Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh when she complained of uneasiness and became unconscious on Thursday morning," said a senior Government Railway Police official.
The Saptkranti Express, by which the group was travelling, had reached New Delhi railway station at 7:40 am. The other members said Corina had collapsed at that time.
"She was taken to Lady Hardinge Hospital, where she was declared brought dead. We are conducting a post mortem to know the cause of death," said the official.
Corina's sister, Dayenne Peternella, was also part of the group that had come from Holland, police said.