There are a lot of accidents that have led many people to untimely death, no doubt about that. A popular hospital has reportedly caught fire, maybe by accident or by any other means. A hospital in Johannesburg, South Africa known as Charlotte Maxeke hospital has closed and haunted her operations due to fire outbreak that went on at the hospital recently.
More than 400 patients were inside the hospital before the incident happened, and it is reported that they were evacuated from the hospital during the incident. No one knows how the fire happened, neither does anyone know who caused the fire outbreak.
Although no deaths were recorded, but is is reported that 270 more patients are still remaining, but they're in safe hands. So it was announced that no patients will be attended in the hospital yet, as the fire operation team arrived the area to find a solution to the problem. Patients were advised to use another baranch of the same hospital in the city.
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