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Five people died in a hospital fire in central India

At least five people passed away Eleven others were injured, three of them critically, in a fire accident Private hospital This Monday in the center of the state of Madhya Pradesh IndiaA police source told Efe.

“So far five people have died and three others are critical and undergoing treatment,” said the chief superintendent. policeman Akhilesh Kaur in Jabalpur city, from the area where the incident took place.

Besides the three critically injured, eight others suffered minor injuries, Kaur added, adding that fifteen people, including patients and workers, were in the small hospital when the fire broke out, before noting that its origin was yet to be established.

“We are investigating the source fire“, solution.

Delhi television NDTV broadcast images of the hospital’s exterior engulfed in flames and thick smoke as several fire engines tried to douse the blaze.

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan tweeted the “sad news of the horrific fire” at the health centre.

“I am in constant touch with the local administration and the collector (district in-charge). I have directed the chief secretary to oversee the incident and no effort has been spared for relief and rescue,” he further announced. Financial compensation to the relatives of the deceased.

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The fireLandslides and other similar accidents are frequent IndiaFactors fueled mostly by poor infrastructure and lack of maintenance, corruption and illegal practices.

Finally one fire is important in Asian country On June 4, at least 8 people were killed and 15 injured at a chemical plant in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.

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According to the latest official data, they were registered in 2020 India 9,329 accidental fires in government buildings, schools, residences and other places, more than a hundred of them in factories. Among these Claims 9,110 died and 468 were injured.

EFE