Ten infants have died attributable to suffocation after a fireplace broke out at a hospital in Maharashtra at round 2 AM.
Seventeen infants have been admitted on the Particular New child Care Unit of the hospital in Maharashtra’s Bhandara district, about 900 km from the state capital Mumbai, on the time of incident. Seven of them have been rescued by the fireplace brigade officers.
All of the infants have been between a month and three months
outdated, a physician was quoted as saying by news company PTI.
“Ten kids died in a fireplace that broke out at Sick New child Care Unit (SNCU) of Bhandara District Normal Hospital at 2 am in the present day. Seven kids have been rescued from the unit,” Civil Surgeon Dr Pramod Khandate was quoted as saying by news company ANI.
Whereas the reason for the fireplace is but to be confirmed, a brief circuit is believed to have set off the blaze.
(With inputs from ANI, PTI)
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