mg hector modified into ambulance for covid-19
As an initiative of the MG SEWA, MG Motor India has donated five units of Hector Ambulance to a Nagpur hospital
Since we have been bombarded by very sad and unfortunate news in this month, here is something positive. MG India has decided to donate five custom built Hector ambulance to the city of Nagpur. Well these state of the art ambulance will go to "Nangia Specialty Hospital" to aid COVID-19 relief efforts in the city. The inauguration of the new ambulances was done by Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari.
As the number of COVID-19 patients in the city are growing, the retrofitted Hector ambulances will prove very beneficial to the citizens. The specially designed Hector ambulance features essential life-saving medical equipment such as an auto-loading stretcher, an oxygen supply system with a cylinder, a medicine cabinet with five-parameter monitor, fire extinguisher, an exterior light bar with a siren and amplifier, an inverter with battery and sockets.
The company had previously donated ambulances to the city of Vadodara as well. Also one thing which I was able to relate by surfing the net was the fact that the ambulances only went to Nangia Specialty Hospital was due to the fact that the head of MG Nagpur is Mr. Mahesh Nangia and he happens to be the director of the hospital as well.
I think this is a nice gesture by the company and of course, a very good marketing as well.
Also, to be very frank this donation drive is of course a part of the CSR rule in India but a very healthy step to help people.
Stay safe all!!