GAS GENERATORS ! A GREAT HAZARD.

CHILDREN'S LIFE IS PRECIOUS.

The management of J. Q. ACADEMY, opened the Gas generator throughout the period of Load Shedding on 4th November 2010 morning about 11. A. M. in Karachi, Methader.

As soon as the Generator was opened, Gas started leaking from the generator resulting in mass suffocation.

As a result of which the school going children and the female teachers lost consciousness. About 18 students and 07 teachers fainted inside the class room and other premises of the school . they all were sent to the nearby hospitals and were luckily declared out of danger, after receiving medical treatment and were discharged from the hospital.

It seems that nobody bothered about the panic and pain which Parent has to suffer at the hands of school's administration.

Children are very delicate, the school administration must not play with their lives.

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drdspervez 6 years ago from Pakistan Author

Indeed leaking of gas from generator especially in a school is very dangerous.

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bulldog53 6 years ago

The school administration should have had it manitained before its start up. I agree do not take chances with anyones lives it takes only a few minutes to see if things are working correctly


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drdspervez 6 years ago from Pakistan Author

bulldog53, thanks for reading my hubs.

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Dr irum 6 years ago

My dear , you did a great job by highlighting this issue ....your hub is eye opener for all people .


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drdspervez 6 years ago from Pakistan Author

Dear Dr. irum, thanks for giving your precious time to my hubs .

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Dr. Amilia 5 years ago

This is such an eye opener.


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drdspervez 5 years ago from Pakistan Author

Dr.Amilia Thanks for reading my hubs.

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