Fire accident at Rohini Super Specialty Hospital in Hanamkonda leaves two dead

Telangana latest news updates : A fire accident at Rohini Super Specialty Hospital in Hanamkonda, Warangal district on Monday which was triggered by an electric short-circuit killed two patients and four others seriously injured.

The casualties have been identified as Ratnamallu (80) of Bhupalpally and J Kumaraswamy (50) of Chityal who could not survive from the suffocation resulting from the smoke in the hospital fire incident.

According to Telangana latest news updates, there were around 200 patients in the Rohini Super Specialty Hospital at the time of the Warangal fire accident.

It is learnt that a leaking oxygen cylinder exploded in the operation theatre complex due to the electric short-circuit on the second floor of the Rohini Super Specialty Hospital in Hanamkonda resulting in the fire accident.

Rohini Super Specialty Hospital in Hanamkonda, Warangal.

Rohini Super Specialty Hospital in Hanamkonda, Warangal.

The Warangal fire accident has been reported to have taken place at about 5:00 PM when a couple of patients were undergoing operations. It left the interiors of the operation theatre complex charred.

Doctors and staff at the Rohini Super Specialty Hospital in Hanamkonda panicked by the spreading fire rushed out from the operation theatre along with a patient who was having neurosurgery while another patient was reportedly not shifted.

After sometime, the doctors and hospital staff managed to evacuate the patients and informed the fire department and the cops about the Warangal fire accident.

Telangana Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari who was in Hanamkonda at the time of the hospital fire incident took stock of the situation at the Rohini Super Specialty Hospital.

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