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A tragic hospital fire in South Korea leaving more than 30 people dead on Friday, according to officials, and over 70 injured.>>
> A spokesman saying he ordered officials to give medical treatment to evacuees to keep the death toll from rising further.>> The President has ordered an investigation into the exact cause of the fire, and to come up with ways to prevent more fires in buildings.
Most of those who died were on the first and second floors. Roughly 200 people were inside the main hospital building, and a nursing home nearby. Picture shows at least one patient being carried from the hospital covered in blankets. Local media say it's the country's deadliest fire in almost a decade.
Officials are investigating the reason for the blaze. The office of President Moon Jae-in said he's called for an emergency meeting.>>
>> Last year 29 people died after a fire broke out at an eight story public gym in the city of Jecheon