Nashik Oxygen Tanker Leak: An oxygen tank leaked at Zakir Hussein Municipal Hospital in Nashik in Maharashtra amid chaos in Corona. 22 patients died in the accident.
On Wednesday, there was a sudden leak from an oxygen tank in a hospital oxygen tank. Seeing this, people reported to the fire department and the police. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the accident was heartbreaking due to an oxygen tank leak at a hospital in Nashik.
It is distressed by the loss of life and property as a result of it. In this hour of mourning, condolences to the bereaved families. At the same time, after hearing about the crash, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the Nashik oxygen tanker leak is distressing. I send my heartfelt condolences to the families who have lost loved ones in this tragedy.
Here, the Nashik DM has confirmed that Dr. So far 22 people have died due to oxygen tanker leak incident in Zakir Hussain Hospital. On the Nashik oxygen tanker leak incident We have received primary information that 11 patients have died in this incident, said Maharashtra Minister Rajendra Shingne. Action will be taken against the perpetrators until an investigation is completed.
On the leak of the Nashik Oxygen Tanker, Maharashtra Minister Rajesh Tope said that it is an unfortunate incident. I spoke to the Nashik Municipal Commissioner. They have informed me that the situation is now under control. I will go to Nashik soon. Nasik patron Min Chagan Bhujbal has already gone there.
There were 171 patients admitted to the hospital at the time of the incident. After the oxygen leaks, the condition of the patients started deteriorating and they were immediately admitted to other hospitals.
Rajesh Tope, the state’s health minister, claims that leakage is now under control to a large extent. According to Rajesh Tope, oxygen had dispersed in the hospital due to a leak in the tanker’s valves. It’s worth noting that the emergency team arrived on the scene as soon as the incident was reported. Owing to corona infection, the nation is already experiencing an oxygen shortage.