Covid-19 Positive Patient Jumps From Hospital’s 3rd Floor


Gwalior | On Monday, a 55-year-old patient jumped from the third floor of the hospital in a Covid-19 hospital located in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. Police said that the patient was injured.

Police station in-charge KN Tripathi said that he had also cut his wrist before jumping. The incident took place at the Super Specialty Hospital at Gajra Raja Medical College at noon.
Tripathi said, “He survived because he did not fall directly to the ground but fell on a tin shed fitted to cover the generator.” He is hurt. A guard saw him.

He said that the said person was admitted to the hospital on August 8. He said that the patient did not appear to be mentally healthy.

Disclaimer :- This post is independently published by the author. Infeed neither backs nor assumes liability for the opinions put forth by the author.

Share post:



More like this

73 Percent Population Devoid of Any Upliftment : Rahul Gandhi Roars in Patna

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday alleged that the...

Pratapgarhi speaks against the demolition of 700-year-old mosque in Rajya Sabha

Congress leader Imran Pratapgarhi, in a poetic yet eloquent...

The Stealthy Rise of Autocracy: India’s Democratic Crisis Unveiled

Suspending MPs to strengthen Parliament security? Slow and steady...

After Bharat Jodo Yatra, Rahul Gandhi to go on Bharat Nyay Yatra from Jan 14 to March 20

The Congress on December 27 announced that party leader...