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Updated: November 8, 2013 08:25 IST

Social worker’s body donated to MMC

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M.S. Sivakumar had been seriously injured in a road accident on Tuesday and died at Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital on Wednesday
Special Arrangement M.S. Sivakumar had been seriously injured in a road accident on Tuesday and died at Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital on Wednesday

Social worker M.S. Sivakumar’s body was donated to Madras Medical College on Thursday by his family.

Mr. Sivakumar had been seriously injured in a road accident on Tuesday and died at Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital on Wednesday. According to his wife Rathi, who arrived from Kerala on Thursday, he had expressed desire to donate his body to the medical college.

Dean V. Kanagasabai said, “We have taken possession of the body. Since he has done so many people a good deed, we decided to honour the family’s wish.”

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Served dead people when alive and will serve living people after death.
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