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IMS Ghaziabad: 8 Students Injured, 3 Critical After College Lift Collapses

As many as eight students were injured after the lift of IMS college in Ghaziabad collapsed. According to media reports, three students were critically injured in the incident.

Updated: April 28, 2022 11:07 PM IST

By News Desk | Edited by Analiza Pathak

IMS Ghaziabad: 8 Students Injured, 3 Critical After College Lift Collapses

Ghaziabad: Eight students were injured, three of whom are in critical condition, after the lift of IMS college located near Lalkuan in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh collapsed.  “7-8 students are reported to be injured when a lift collapses at IMS College in Dasna, Ghaziabad. All the students have been admitted to the nearest hospital,” Iraj Raza, SP Rural, Uttar Pradesh was quoted as saying by news agency ANI.

The injured are admitted to the nearby Manipal Hospital, Ghaziabad. A team of police has arrived at the college and initiated an investigation.

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Reacting to the incident, Vijay Kumar Singh, SDM, Sadar, Ghaziabad said, “Taking the incident very sensitively, the District Magistrate has instructed us to do whatever is necessary. I have met children. A total of 10 children are undergoing treatment. 9 children are in the general ward.”

Manipal Hospital, Ghaziabad has also issued a statement and informed that two of the ten students, who were brought to the hospital, have sustained major injuries and will require further treatment. “Today, 10 college students who were injured during a lift collapse were brought to the Manipal Hospital Ghaziabad at around 10:00 AM. Our medical staff immediately assessed and diagnosed all of them, providing all necessary medical assistance and treatment,” the statement reads.

“Following the completion of the final assessment, a detailed report will be sent to the appropriate authorities and family members. Two of the 10 students have sustained major injuries and will require further treatment and care. All of them are stable and conscious. They are being kept under close medical supervision to make sure that there are no more complications,” it added.

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