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Bucharest, Nov 8 /Agerpres/ - The death toll of the fire at Colectiv club rises to 45, on Sunday evening, after a member of 'Goodbye to Gravity' band, injured in the fire of October 30, who was aboard of an aircraft transferring him to a hospital in Switzerland, died, medical sources of the Burn Surgery Hospital of Bucharest told AGERPRES.
According to them, the patient suffered a cardiac arrest during the flight, with the medical staff having performed resuscitation manoeuvres on him for 70 minutes.
The aircraft was coming back to Romania because the patient's condition had worsened.
A Cessna Citation aircraft of the General Inspectorate of Aviation had left on Sunday around 16,20 to Zurich, Switzerland, for the transfer of one patient injured in the fire at Colectiv club.
"At the request of the Interior Ministry's Department for Emergency Situations, a Cessna Citation aircraft of the General Inspectorate of Aviation, with special medical equipment for the air transport of victims, left on Sunday, around 16,20, to Zurich, Switzerland, on an humanitarian emergency mission, for the transfer of one patient injured in the fire at Colectiv club," the Interior Ministry was pointing out in a press release. AGERPRES
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