The relatives of the Siriki, Pomeroon woman who died after she was bitten by a labaria snake while exiting her farm are making funeral arrangements.
Marilyn Narine, 57, a mother of seven died three days after she was bitten on both of her feet by the snake last Thursday.
According to reports, Narine and one of her daughters were returning to their Siriki, Upper Pomeroon River, home when she was bitten. She had accidentally stepped on the tail of the labaria.
After coming into contact with the venomous snake, Narine apparently screamed for her husband and her daughter. Narine who was subsequently rendered ill was taken to the Oscar Joseph Hospital at Charity before being transferred to the Suddie Hospital, and later the Georgetown Public Hospital, where her condition deteriorated over the period of three days.
Most recently, a miner from the North West District, who was bitten, survived the attack of a labaria snake. He received treatment at the Georgetown Public Hospital.
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