19 Residents of Ciangkrek Hamlet Pindang Fish Poisoning


A resident of Ciangkrek Hamlet, Mekarasih Village, Simpenan District, Sukabumi Regency, West Java, who is suspected of being poisoned while undergoing treatment at the Cibuntu Puskesmas. (Antara / Aditya Rohman)

jpnn.com, SUKABUMI – Dozens of residents of Ciangkrek Hamlet, Mekarasih Village, Simpenan District, Sukabumi Regency, West Java, suffered poisoning after eating processed boiled fish, Tuesday (4/5).

“Until now, 19 residents from the hamlet have been poisoned,” said Mekarasih Village Head Ujang Suryadi in Sukabumi, Wednesday (5/5) in the morning.

Ujang explained that all the victims experienced the same symptoms of poisoning, namely dizziness and nausea. “Until someone vomited,” said Ujang.

As for the names of residents of Ciangkrek Hamlet who became victims of poisoning after eating processed pindang fish, namely Revan, Revin, Adah, Kamaludin, Tedi, Citra, Abdul Ajid, Rizki, Iyah, Reza, Rizwan, Aida, Diki, Anin, Saropah, Deni, Rido, Penti and Rizal.

Initially there were only six residents who complained of experiencing symptoms of poisoning. However, until Wednesday (5/5) in the morning the number continued to grow, and it did not even rule out that there were other victims.

“Some of the victims’ conditions have improved, not only adults, but also children and toddlers who are suspected of poisoning,” he added.

According to Ujang, residents of Mekarasih Village who are victims of poisoning are currently receiving treatment at the Cibuntu Community Health Center.

However, Ujang continued, if there are residents whose health conditions continue to decline, they will be referred to Palabuhanratu Hospital. (between / jpnn)


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