Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, January 27
A fire on the top floor of Chandigarh’s PGIMER in the wee hours of Monday triggered panic as patients were asked to evacuate the floor.
The fire broke out around 6 am in a kitchen next to the the doctors’ canteen in the D block of Nehru building. The top floor has surgical wards, 20 private rooms, a pantry and an operation theatre.
A short circuit is believed to have caused the fire. The fire was brought under control immediately and no one was hurt.
It was a nightmare for the patients and people attending to them after they were asked to evacuate.
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