Fire in covid hospital Nagpur: 4 killed in fire at private hospital in Nagpur

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Fire in covid hospital Nagpur: 4 killed in fire at private hospital in Nagpur- Four people died and some others were injured when a fire broke out in a private hospital in Nagpur, Maharashtra on Friday night.

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Four people died in a fire in a private hospital in Nagpur

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also expressed grief over the incident of fire in a private hospital in Nagpur.

Six patients exited themselves after the fire, while four patients were rescued by firefighters.

Four people died and some others were injured when a fire broke out in a private hospital in Nagpur, Maharashtra on Friday night. An official told about this. He said that a fire broke out in a hospital in the city’s Wadi area at 8.10 pm. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah have also expressed grief over the fire in Nagpur’s private hospital.

Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) chief fire officer Rajendra Uchke said, “The fire started from the ICU’s AC unit located on the second floor of the hospital. The fire remained confined to the second floor and did not spread further. He told that it is a non-Kovid hospital.

PM Modi expressed grief

PM Modi said that I am saddened by the fire in Nagpur hospital. At the same time, PM Modi has prayed for the recovery of the injured as soon as possible.

Amit Shah wishes the injured well

At the same time, Home Minister Amit Shah also expressed sorrow over the incident and tweeted that I am extremely saddened by the news of a fire in a hospital in Nagpur. In this hour of grief, I express my deepest condolences to the relatives of the dead and pray to the Gods to get well soon for the injured.

‘At the time of the fire there were 10 patients on the second floor’

Fire officer Rajendra Uchke said that four people died and some others were injured in the incident. Several fire brigade vehicles were rushed to the spot to control the fire. Uchke said, “At the time of the fire there were 10 patients on the second floor. Six patients went out on their own after the fire, while four patients were rescued by firefighters. ‘