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An old Moroccan woman passed away in the small village called Tizki Issafen located in the suburbs of Tata after that she was attacked by a wild boar and, above all, did not receive the necessary medical treatment once she was taken to a local health center nearby (Moustawsaf Sihhi).

According to the local branch of the Moroccan Association for Human Rights in Tata, "soon after the attack, the women was taken to a local health center, but she could not be saved due to negligence."

The Moroccan Association for Human Rights in Tata made it crystal clear in a report it released on the sidelines of this tragic death "that the women may have been saved if she had received the necessary medical treatment upon her arrival to the local health center."

The Human Rights body is calling upon the authorities to open an investigation on what it called "a tragic death that came as a result of medical negligence."