Se registra una fuerte explosión en un hospital de Rusia

Dos pacientes perdieron la vida después de que la explosión cortara el suministro de oxígeno

Hospital de Rusia registra una fuerte explosión

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Se informó de una explosión en una clínica para estudiantes de la Universidad Estatal de los Urales del Sur en Chelyabinsk, Rusia.

Según el Ministerio de Salud de la región, hubo una explosión en una caseta para almacenar tanques de oxígeno en la clínica.

No hubo víctimas, señaló el departamento.

Sin embargo, dos pacientes graves en cuidados intensivos con coronavirus murieron después de que el fuego cortó el suministro de oxígeno en Chelyabinsk, dijo el fiscal Vitaly Lopin a los medios locales.

Estos datos preliminares aún se están verificando.

El fiscal Lopin dijo en un comunicado: “Se hará una evaluación de las acciones de todos los funcionarios, incluidos los responsables del funcionamiento de esta cabina de oxígeno.

"Según datos preliminares, durante la desconexión del oxígeno inmediatamente antes o después de la explosión, murieron dos pacientes graves".

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