UP Govt stated that “A fire erupts close to the emergency unit or intensive treatment unit on the ground floor of the Govt Owned LPS Institute of Cardiology & Cardiac Surgery in Kanpur where on the 28th of March morning around 8 AM”. The cop stated that the fire is leveled out. “146 patients were securely cleared after the fire began. IPS Asim Arun Police commissioner of Kanpur stated that “9 patients are as yet in the intensive treatment unit yet they are restoratively completely secure. No deaths have been accounted for from the fire department officials as of now.”
Swaroop Nagar’s SHO Ashwani stated that “A short electrical circuit is suspected to have prompted the fire, yet the specific explanation will be determined solely after a proper examination”. Tej Chandra, the patient, supposedly died at the health center. The LPS Institute of Cardiology management officials stated that 75-year-old patient Tej Chandra passed on before the fire erupts.
Ashwani Pandey also stated that “Almost 7 fire brigade vehicles were gone to the LPS Institute of Cardiology hospital. The whole hospital was loaded up with smoke, including that windows on the ground and the 1st floor was damaged to rescue the patients and medical staff.
UP CM Yogi Adityanath has taken notices of the fire case and told the police officials to rescue those patients. He likewise looked for a report from the district officials and created a team to go to the hospital.
LPS Institute of Cardiology & Cardiac Surgery in Kanpur is the largest heart treatment hospital in the Kanpur district. Patients from fifteen other districts are treated at this LPS Institute Of Cardiology, which as of late went through fast modernization.