Kabaddi player dies while showing acrobatics, everyone shocked

As much fun as the game is for the people, it can also be fatal for the players. Sometimes the slightest mistake in the game becomes the cause of a major incident. The same has happened with a kabaddi player as well. He lost his life due to the slightest mistake. The incident took place in Arani town of Thiruvannamalai district of Tamil Nadu. A festival was being celebrated here at the Mariamman temple. Because of this, this big accident happened. During acrobatics in this temple festival, 34-year-old kabaddi player Vinod Kumar lost his life.

Actually, this incident is being told of this month i.e. August 8. Vinod Kumar was showing acrobatics at this festival. A video of this is also becoming fiercely viral on social media. It can be seen in the video that due to acrobatics, Vinod Kumar falls on the ground on his head and is unable to get up again. People immediately come to him. He is picked up and taken to Arani's government hospital. Where after first aid Vinod Kumar was referred to Government Medical College, Vellore. Vinod Kumar died after treatment here. It is said that Vinod Kumar had suffered a neck injury due to acrobatics. Vinod Kumar had reached the festival with his Kabaddi team. Here along with the team were showing acrobatics.

It is being said that Vinod was not getting rest even in the medical college. Due to this, the process of referring him to the Government Hospital in Chennai was being done, but late on Monday (August 15), Vinod Kumar breathed his last. Kabaddi player Vinod Kumar was married and had two sons in the family. Vinod is survived by his wife Sivagami and their two sons Santosh and Kalaiyarasan. After Vinod's death, there was mourning in the area. It has been a very sad incident for the sports world along with the family and the residents. Let us tell you that recently a Kabaddi player died of a heart attack in Tamil Nadu itself. The incident happened on July 24, when 22-year-old Vimalraj, a kabaddi player, died in a live match due to a kabaddi tournament in Panruti. 

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