MP: 4 dead, 9 injured in hospital fire in Jabalpur


The fire broke out in New Life Multi Speciality Hospital located in Jabalpur’s Chandal Bhata area this afternoon.

Four people died and nine were injured in a fire at a private hospital in Jabalpur.

The fire broke out in New Life Multi Specialist Hospital located in Jabalpur’s Chandal Bhata area this afternoon.

District collector Iliyaraja T said four died and nine seriously injured. “Rescue operation is going on. Fire brigades are trying douse fire.”

Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan tweeted, “Saddened with the news of a major fire at a hospital in Jabalpur. I am in touch with local administration and have directed the chief secretary to monitor the incident. The rescue operations are underway”.



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