Three persons have lost their lives following a fire outbreak that struck Prime hospital Mumbra in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Reports say 3 persons have been killed in the incident. One dies out of 7 ICU patients and others are shifted to nearby hospitals, no updates on the health of all shifted patients
The fire broke out at 3:40am at Prime criticare hospital on the first floor of Hasan Tower, at Shimla park on old Mumbai-Pune road, Kausa Mumbra.
According to the eyewitness, Two fire engines and one rescue vehicle are at the spot.
Fire extinguishing underway: Thane Municipal Corporation.
Fire broke out at Prime Criticare Hospital in Mumbra, Thane. Two fire engines and one rescue vehicle are at the spot. Fire extinguishing underway: Thane Municipal Corporation#Maharashtra
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— NDTV (@ndtv) April 28, 2021
Fire breaks at Prime Hospital in Mumbra, Thane around 3:00AM today.
One dies out of 7 ICU patients and others are shifted to nearby hospitals, no updates on the health of all shifted patients. confirmation on the reason behind the fire break.#PrimeHospital #Fire #Kausa #Mumbra pic.twitter.com/7x3s7Bphip
— Fauzan Tanaji (@FauzanTanaji) April 28, 2021
Atleast more than 17 patients including 6 to 7 who were admitted in the Intensive Care Unit.
Speaking on the incident was Dr Jitendra Awhad the Housing Minister said that preliminary information indicates the death of three patients at a hospital, Reasons behind the fire unknown.
“Three of them were in critical condition. Most of the patients were shifted to nearby Bilal hospital and Kalsekar hospital,” added Awhad.
— Nikhil Deshmukh (@Nikhaiel) April 28, 2021
Six out of the 12 patients in the hospital were in Intensive Care Unit of this non-covid hospital.