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Minister, governor vow to get to bottom of hospital fire

Minister, governor vow to get to bottom of hospital fire

Schillaci voices 'full confidence in investigators'

ROME, 09 December 2023, 12:53

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(see related) Health Minister Orazio Schillaci and Lazio Governor Francesco Rocca on Saturday vowed to get to the bottom of how it was possible for a deadly fire to break out at Tivoli hospital.
    "I am here to offer my condolences and those of the government in the wake of this tragedy," Schillaci said after arriving in Tivoli.
    "I have been in constant contact with Lazio Governor Francesco Rocca.
    "I bring my sympathy to the relatives of the victims and to all the patients who were in hospital.
    "I congratulate everyone (who addressed the fire emergency), in particular the police and health workers, because once again they demonstrated their qualities at a very difficult time.
    "The patients were taken to safety.
    "I don't know what may have happened, but we have the utmost confidence in the investigators'".
    Rocca stressed that: "we have to understand what happened and how the flames spread.
    "The crime-scene investigators we will assess the nature of what happened and how it could have occurred," he continued, speaking in front of the hospital.
    "These were moments of chaos.
    "This should not have happened.
    "We will try to understand the causes and find solutions.
    "The hospital emergency room is destroyed. It will take weeks".
   
   

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