Eleven COVID-19 patients were killed after a major fire broke out in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the district civil hospital in Ahmednagar city of Maharashtra on Novembner 6, officials said.,soccer team schedule
basketball world cup china 2019,The blaze erupted around 11 a.m. in the ICU where 20 COVID-19 patients, many of them senior citizens and some on ventilator or oxygen support, were undergoing treatment.
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The fire was doused around 1.30 p.m., said chief fire officer of the city civic body Shankar Misal, adding that a short circuit was suspected to be the cause though it was yet to be confirmed.,pokerstars india app ios
After the incidents of fire at hospitals treating COVID-19 patients elsewhere, fire audits had been ordered across the State.,sportime volleyball kings park
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As injured patients were rushed to a nearby hospital, 10 of them were declared brought dead, police said. One patient succumbed later.,handball kroatien gegen spanien live stream
cricket nampa id,As many as 15 patients were on ventilator or oxygen support in the ICU. "Saving them was the priority. But due to their critical condition, to remove the oxygen support and bring them out was a tough decision," said one fire brigade official.
"After discussion, we decided to bring them out anyhow and later put them back on oxygen or other support systems," he added.,cash money games
Most of those who died were aged between 65 to 83, according to hospital officials.,casino theater
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But the work was incomplete due to "want of funds" thought "they had fire extinguishers at the hospital," he said.,slot 666 game
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray expressed grief over the tragedy. He spoke to district guardian Minister Hassan Mushrif and chief secretary Sitaram Kunte and asked them to ensure that other patients admitted at the hospital get proper treatment without any disturbance, a statement from the CMO said. "The CM said an in-depth probe will be conducted by the district collector," it added.,sportsbook sites
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also expressed grief over the incident.,play cricket online and earn money
football shooting drills,In a tweet, Mr. Modi said, "Anguished by the loss of lives due to a fire in a hospital in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra. Condolences to the bereaved families. May the injured recover at the earliest."
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BJP leader and former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis described the incident as "very shocking and disturbing". Condoling the deaths, he sought "in-depth inquiry" and strict action against those responsible.,handball kroatien gegen spanien live streamonline football betting tips
volleyball serve topspin,In April 2021, 15 COVID-19 patients had died in a blaze at the ICU of a private hospital in Palghar district of Maharashtra.
free online cricket betting tips,Another fire in March at Dreams Mall in Mumbai's Bhandup, which housed a Covid-designated hospital, had claimed the lives of nine such patients.