Man survives impaling through neck with 1.5-foot-old trident

A man in India was stabbed in the neck with a 150-year-old trident – but apparently felt no pain.

Bhaskar Ram, 33, was impaled by the old 1½-foot gun in a fight with two men at his workplace in Kalyani on November 28.

After being taken to the hospital, Ram told doctors he was in no pain. Pictures and videos show an oddly calm Aries with a trident sticking out of his neck.

According to SWNS, Ram was taken to a hospital in West Bengal to receive special treatment for his injury.

Graphic photos and video show the gun entered the right side of his neck and penetrated all the way to the left side.

Medical staff at Kolkata NRS Medical College in West Bengal reportedly had to see Dr. Waking Pranabashish Banerjee at 3am so he could perform emergency surgery to remove the trident from Ram’s neck.

While the trident went right through Ram’s neck, it somehow didn’t sever any veins or arteries. According to the doctor, only traces of blood were found outside of Ram’s mouth.

Man with trident through his neck.

Bhaskar Ram was impaled by the old 1-1/2 foot gun during a fight with two men at his workplace.


Man with trident through his neck.

The trident somehow didn’t cut any veins or arteries.


“None of the vital structures were injured as the wand miraculously missed the vital organs, which included the carotid artery, internal carotid artery, trachea, esophagus, larynx, vertebrae and spinal cord,” Banerjee said.

According to the doctor, Ram has made a very good recovery from the bizarre attack.

“The patient has recovered well and we are gradually removing the support tubes,” he said. “The tracheostomy tube has been removed and the nasogastric tube will be removed once the MRI report comes in.”

It is unclear how the dispute started or who was responsible for the attack.

https://nypost.com/2022/12/05/man-survives-impalement-through-neck-with-1-5-foot-ancient-trident/ Man survives impaling through neck with 1.5-foot-old trident

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