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Doctors and rescuers who worked during the fire were awarded by the head of the Amur Region

Doctors and rescuers who worked during the fire were awarded by the head of the Amur Region
Photo: amurobl.ru

The government of the Amur region held an award ceremony for medical workers and firefighters, thanks to whom they managed to avoid casualties during a fire in a cardiac surgery center in Blagoveshchensk. The head of the region Vasily Orlov presented them with letters of thanks for their dedication and heroism.

According to the press service of the regional government, Orlov noted that in the future these doctors and rescuers will receive state awards from the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation. 11 medics and ten firefighters were awarded.

“Both doctors and rescuers had to act in an extremely difficult, extreme situation. This case showed that there is a place for heroism in a peaceful life, ”the governor said.

Heart surgery, which was not interrupted due to a fire in the cardiology center of the Amur region, ended successfully... The resuscitation team transported the patient to the Amur regional clinical hospital.

A total of 128 people were evacuated, and expensive medical equipment was removed from the building. The clinic building was completely de-energized, electricity was supplied to the operating room autonomously from the ABG car (base of the gas and smoke protection service).

In Blagoveshchensk on April 2 caught fire the building of the cardiac surgery center. The fire spread from the roof, staff and patients are evacuated. No one was injured in the fire.

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