Indian Student Struck by lightning Out Of Danger Now?
The young Indian was shifted to the nearby hospital for treatmentBy: Tupaki Desk | 28 July 2023 9:21 AM GMT
It is known that an unfortunate incident involving an Indian student who went to the United States to pursue higher studies came to light. A 25-year-old woman identified as Susroonya Koduru was hit by lightning. The shocking incident happened earlier this month at San Jacinto Monument in Los Angeles.
The young Indian was shifted to the nearby hospital for treatment and she has been under treatment for her condition. Those who heard her story wanted her to recover soon and come back strong. It looks like all the prayers worked and the 25-year-old is said to be in good condition.
As per the media reports, Susroonya Koduru came out of a coma and she is recovering slowly. It is also said that the ventilator support that was given to her was also removed as her condition became better.
It is also said that her condition has been better for the past few days and she has been taking breath easily without the support of a ventilator. A team of expert doctors is closely monitoring her condition. Looking at the improvement of her health, doctors termed the journey a miracle.
Recovering from the condition after being struck by lightning is not that easy and it is no wonder that doctors are seeing her journey as a miracle.
On the other hand, the parents of Susroonya who have been waiting to go to Houston got a big relief as they got the visa. They will leave for the United States soon so that they can be with Susroonya and take care of her during the tough time.
Tracking back to what had happened in the incident, Susroonya Koduru went to the San Jacinto Monument for sightseeing. However, a flash of lightning struck her and due to the lightning, she fell into the nearby pond. It is said that she went into cardiac arrest state for 20 minutes. With this, she slipped into a coma.
A fundraiser was also started to help with Susroonya's medical bills and her parents' travel costs. Susroonya went to the United States to pursue computer science at the prestigious University of Houston.