Zakir Hussain Hospital in Nashik 22 patients died due to fear about oxygen cylinder leak
Nashik: Amidst the lack of oxygen in a few areas of Maharashtra, an episode of oxygen cylinder spillage was accounted for from Zakir Hussain Hospital in Nashik.
As per Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope, almost 22 patients have lost lives in the midst of the spillage.
“Coronavirus patients on ventilators in Nashik kicked the bucket likely because of absence of oxygen accessibility,” said Health Minister Rajesh Tope.
#WATCH | An Oxygen big hauler spilled while big haulers were being filled at Dr Zakir Hussain Hospital in Nashik, Maharashtra. Authorities are available at the spot, activity to contain the break is in progress. Subtleties anticipated. pic.twitter.com/zsxnJscmBp
Local media reports say at least 22 people have died in Oxygen cylinder/ tanker leak at a Nashik hospital in western India’s Maharashtra state. pic.twitter.com/OaZWBE5ZUn
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The oxygen cylinder spill outside the clinic made the gas victory all through the space. While, the group of fire detachment was surged in to deflect the hole.
The oxygen cylinder spill outside the medical clinic made the gas victory all through the space. While, the group of fire unit was surged in to turn away the break.