Another fire incident in Jaipur, huge fire in women’s hospital, investigation reports burnt

Jaipur : A fire broke out in the women’s hospital located at Sanganeri Gate in the capital Jaipur this morning. After the fire broke out, panic spread among the patients in the hospital. During this, there was chaos at the spot. An attempt was made by the hospital administration to extinguish the fire. But the fire could not be controlled. Slowly, the fire took a terrible form. The incident happened around four o’clock in the morning today. Where a fire broke out on the first floor of the hospital. Here, a fire broke out in the biochemistry lab. On receiving information, the police reached the spot. After this, the fire could be controlled with the help of fire engines.

A large number of samples and reports were burnt…

But by the time the fire was brought under control, the entire lab was burnt to ashes. There were a large number of samples of female patients in this lab. These were burnt in the fire. Along with this, the computer, fridge and all other items in the lab were burnt. Due to which a large number of sample reports of patients are also reported to have been burnt. The biochemistry lab has samples of cholesterol, sugar, liver tests, kidney tests etc.

The fire broke out due to a short circuit in the AC…

A fire broke out in the women’s hospital early in the morning. Initially it is being reported that the fire broke out due to a short circuit in the AC. The fire broke out due to a short circuit in the AC in the morning. At first no one came to know about the fire in the hospital. But when smoke started coming out of the lab slowly, then people came to know about the fire.

The responsible people kept avoiding giving information…

When a call was made to the hospital superintendent Dr. Asha Verma to get information about the fire in the lab in the hospital, she did not receive the call. The responsible people were seen avoiding giving answers about the fire. Because how did the fire start and how many samples and which samples were burnt. The officials are seen avoiding answering many such questions.