Hospital in Moscow region’s Yegorievsk possible set on fire by dismissed doctors

Hospital in Moscow region’s Yegorievsk possible set on fire by dismissed doctors

Shortly before the incident, mass dismissals took place in the medical institution.

The hospital in Moscow region’s Yegorievsk could have been set on fire out of revenge by dismissed doctors. This is reported by Mash via Telegram.

According to the Telegram channel, shortly before the incident, mass dismissals took place in the medical institution due to the replacement of the head physician. The post of hospital head was taken by Garik Khachatryan. The new manager fired his deputy and department heads. After that, mass dismissals began. Outraged doctors filed a collective complaint to the Prosecutor General’s Office, but could not reinstate. Employees of the medical institution do not exclude that someone from the dismissed colleagues could have committed the arson.

To recall, December 13, unknown persons set fire to the entrance of the Yegorievsk Central Hospital. There are no casualties or victims.

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