Amritsar, May 14: A significant setback was deflected as a fire broke out at Guru Nanak Dev Hospital, Amritsar, in Punjab on Saturday evening. It took firemen over an hour to soak the blazes. No setback or injury to anybody was accounted for.
No less than six firemen were squeezed into administration at Guru Nanak Dev Hospital, Amritsar. A short out in a transformer is supposed to be the reason behind the episode.
Patients from six wards of nephrology, two of skin and three of careful were emptied and moved to different wards.
According to data, the fire broke out close to the X-Ray division. The three stories of the structure were harmed. The misfortune to the clinical gear and building is yet to be evaluated.
Punjab Cabinet serve Harbhajan Singh ETO additionally visited the spot. He enquired after the state of individuals impacted by the fire.
The Cabinet serve said authorities or representatives answerable for the episode wouldn’t be saved. He said albeit the fire broke out because of oil spilling from an old power transformer, the episode would be explored.
“While this emergency clinic treats huge number of individuals day to day, a few understudies likewise learn at this clinical school. By no means could the wellbeing of individuals and emergency clinic at any point be compromised,” he added.
Harbhajan Singh ETO guided authorities of the power division to reestablish power supply to the emergency clinic at the earliest. After conversations with authorities, the Cabinet serve said a ‘perplexing substation’ ought to be set up here soon to meet the power prerequisite of the medical clinic.