Pablo Lampe had come to Jaipur on Sunday from Pushkar. He was accompanied by his live-in partner Paula. The duo was taking a stroll around the Walled City, clicking pictures and taking selfies, when a stray bull hit Lampe. The shopkeepers said Lampe was passing through a footpath where two bulls were fighting each other. One of the animals hit Lampe with its horn.
Paula rushed his partner to a nearby hospital, where doctors arranged for an ambulance and rushed him to SMS Hospital. A few hours later, he succumbed to his injuries. Manak Chowk Police station’s sub-inspector Seema Pathan said Lampe worked as technical crew member in leading Hollywood movies. “The couple had arrived in India on October 27, they had visited New Delhi, Agra and Pushkar,” she said.
Paula informed the Jaipur police that they were planning to get married next month, “They had come to India to celebrate Lampe’s birthday which is on November 26, hours after they landed in the city, Lampe died in the freak accident,” Pathan said.
On Sunday morning, a post-mortem was conducted. “We had informed the Argentinian embassy about the incident. They arrived in the city on Sunday after which the body was sent for post-mortem,” said Chena Ram, SHO of Manak Chowk police station.
The police said that Paula was accompanied by her local friends. “She was member of spiritual organization. One of her local friends helped her and she is staying there,” Pathan said, adding that Paula was inconsolable when she came to the mortuary to catch a final glimpse of Lampe.
The hotel manager said the couple had gone out to get a feel of the city when the accident took place. The primary investigation suggests that the deceased had worked as visual effect compositor and was on all India tour.
“The embassy has made all the arrangement to transport the body back to his country, we will extend all our support,” said an official of Jaipur police.
Source : timesofindia