Body of UK woman to be sent to Patiala

The body of Angela Christina (47), British woman who died at SPS Apollo Hospital here on May 17 following pneumonia and respiratory arrest, will be preserved at Government Rajindra Hospital in Patiala until her family arrives next week to claim it.
Updated on May 19, 2015 10:46 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | By, Ludhiana

The body of Angela Christina (47), British woman who died at SPS Apollo Hospital here on May 17 following pneumonia and respiratory arrest, will be preserved at Government Rajindra Hospital in Patiala until her family arrives next week to claim it.

The correspondence between the police and the health department is on, and after some formalities, the body would be sent to Patiala on Wednesday. The local police are also in touch with Angela’s daughter and sister. They have shot a video of the Daba house of Angela’s Facebook friend Jaspal Singh, whom she was visiting.

Angela had arrived in Ludhiana on May 4, to visit her friend and explore the historic places of Punjab. She was to fly back to the United Kingdom on May 24 but she was taken ill and moved to Deep Hospital here on May 14. As her health deteriorated, doctors on May 16 referred her to SPS Apollo Hospital, where she died on May 17.

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