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Accident victim’s organs harvested

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CHENNAI: The family of a 26-year-old road accident victim has donated his organs after he was declared brain-dead.

A.Ayyappan, who was working as visual editor in Mega TV, was seriously injured when the bicycle that he was riding was hit by a car on Monday afternoon.

The victim was initially admitted to a private hospital and later shifted to the Government General Hospital after his condition deteriorated.

The victim’s brother, A.Muthu, a police constable attached to Thoraipakkam station agreed to donate his brother’s organs.

On Tuesday, Ayyappan’s kidneys and eyes were harvested.

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