Suddenly I saw white smoke and ran to save my loved ones
Suddenly white smoke rose in the hospital and it spread everywhere on sight. Hospital staff and relatives run to save
… and the fragrance of Sugandha’s breath broke on seeing
The relatives of those who died in this accident were seen crying. Vicky Jadhav could not believe that his 65-year-old grandmother Sugandha was no longer in this world. Vicky told, ‘His body was jerking. I went to the doctors and nurses, but they were busy with other patients. I was helpless. Fearing and running around here and there. By the time he got close to the grandmother’s bed, he was dead.
Arrangement for oxygen cylinder itself
Many troubled relatives, who were only watching their loved ones die before their eyes, vented their anger on the doctors and nurses. Relatives of the patients are usually not allowed inside the Kovid Hospital, but there was chaos following the accident. All of them reached near their beds and somehow managed to save them. Many people ran outside the hospital and brought oxygen cylinders in scooter-bikes and cars from outside.
‘Had to go home from the hospital, but was gone from this world’
44-year-old brother Pramod of Parikshit Valikar died in the accident. He told that the brother was admitted about 12 days ago. He stated that his condition was critical and that he was on ventilator. His condition improved on Wednesday and he was placed on oxygen support from the ventilator. He was later shifted to the General Ward. The doctors told him that he would give leave to Pramod in 2-3 days, but he took leave from this world.
‘Brought her here to save her son’s life, not to kill’
A woman who lost her 23-year-old son. The crying woman was saying, ‘I want my son back. The doctors killed him. I will not leave them. I will sue them all. I came here to save my son’s life, not to kill him. The doctors killed him. ‘ It was not just a woman. All of them were seen shattering in their similar hospital.
‘I was about to be discharged from the hospital but …’
Santosh Wagh’s 46-year-old sister was on ventilator. He told that he had brought his sister to the hospital four days ago. His health was improving. On Wednesday morning, her oxygen level was at 92 and she was showing signs of recovery. This incident killed him.
Plant has been given to private firm for ten years of operation
The hospital is one of the two large civil hospitals in the city of Nashik and is being treated by serious and serious patients here due to the continuous supply of oxygen. The tank started operations on March 31 at the hospital with a capacity of 13,000 liters of liquid oxygen. NMC has given the tank to a Pune-based private company, an Indian subsidiary of a Japanese firm, for ten years of operation.