Kolkata ambulance driver news: An ambulance driver in Kolkata demanded Rs 9200 from Corona patients for just six kilometers and took them down when refused.
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- Ambulance driver showed inhumanity in Kolkata, drove patients from car for money
- Driver was seeking Rs 9200 to go to another hospital just six kilometers away
- Oxygen support system withdrawn from Corona patients due to lack of money
- After the intervention of doctors, a driver is considered for two thousand rupees
In the Corona era, while great examples of humanity have been presented, inhumanity has not been left behind. An ambulance driver in Kolkata allegedly forced two children and their mother, who were suffering from Covid-19, to get out of their car. It was told that the ambulance driver had asked for Rs 9200 to carry only six kilometers. The poor family was not able to pay so much money.
The boys’ father said that after the intervention of the doctors, the driver reckoned at Rs 2,000. Two brothers – one nine months old and the other nine and half years old – were both undergoing treatment at the Institute of Child Health (ICH) and both were confirmed to have Covid-19 on Friday, following which their father gave them Tried to call an ambulance to take him to a government hospital.
The father of the children kept pleading, the driver removed the oxygen support
The children’s father alleged that the driver demanded Rs 9,200 from the ICH at Park Circus to take him to Kolkata Medical College and Hospital located in the College Street area. The man from Hooghly district said, ‘The ambulance driver asked for Rs 9,200 to take my sons to KMCH, which is just six kilometers from this hospital. I told him that I would not be able to pay that much money and kept pleading with him but he did not listen to one. ‘
He told, ‘I kept on appealing but the ambulance driver removed the oxygen support from my young son and forced the children and their mother to land. I am thankful to the doctors of ICH. Because of that, my children were able to reach KMCH for better treatment.