a local resident was hit in the neck by unknown assailants with a 150-year-old trident, but he survived and did not even feel pain.
by the New York Post.
The incident took place on November 28 when 33-year-old Bhaskar Ram was stabbed with an antique weapon during a fight with two men at his workplace in a hookah bar.
After he was rushed to the hospital, Ram told the doctors that he was not in pain.
Ram was transferred to a hospital in West Bengal so that he could receive specialized treatment for his injury.
A visual photo shows that the weapon entered the right side of his neck and passed to the left.
Medical staff at Calcutta's NRS Medical College in West Bengal rushed local surgeon Pranabashish Banerjee to the hospital at 3 a.m. so he could perform emergency surgery to remove the trident from Ram's neck.
Although the trident passed through the neck, it did not touch any vein or artery.
"None of the vital structures were affected as the rod miraculously bypassed vital organs including the carotid artery, internal jugular vein, trachea, esophagus, larynx, spine and spinal cord," Banerjee said.
According to the doctor, the victim feels well and is currently recovering from the injury.
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