A harmed man died due to non-accessibility of the ambulance in the group community health centre at Kishangarh-Renwal town in Jaipur district, just 70 kilometers far from the state capital Jaipur. The man was genuinely harmed and after emergency treatment, the doctor alluded him to SMS Hospital yet in the wake of waiting for two hours no ambulance could be made accessible for him.
As indicated by sources, a man recognized as Gopal Balai, an occupant of Moruda town was genuinely harmed when he was attempting to board a shuttle train at Malikpur station around 12.45 on Monday evening.
He got off the train at the station to purchase a water bottle however the train began moving before he could board it. In his effort to board the train, Gopal lost the adjust and sustained wounds.
“The people at the station took him to adjacent CHC from where, as a result of inadequate medicinal offices, he was alluded to SMS Hospital in Jaipur,” a nearby inhabitant told media.
“Individuals at the hospital with him quickly call for an ambulance however an ambulance from Govindgarh could achieve simply following two hours and by then the man surrendered to his wounds,” he included.
According to the health official record, there are four ambulances of 108 administration in the range. Authorities at Renwal CHC revealed to media that emergency vehicle in Renwal is not in a condition to keep running for long distance as it’s tires are harmed since most recent two months. Ambulance in Badhal is additionally non-operational on the grounds that it’s fan belt is broken. The only working ambulance in the region of Manda Bhim Singh was on way to Jaipur conveying a pregnant lady for conveyance. So ambulance from Govindgarh needed to move for this case.
When contacted, official in charge of the operation of 108 ambulance service did not accept the reporter’s call.