Romanian marked 30 days since the Colectiv deadly fire on Monday, a tragedy that claimed 60 lives and left almost 150 injured.
Among the victims there were musicians, architects, photographers, journalists and bloggers, corporates, students (two foreign students) and high school pupils.
Four members of “Goodbye to Gravity” rock band that was performing that night in the Colectiv club, died, while the lead vocalist is still admitted in a hospital in the Netherlands in serious condition.
67 persons are still hospitalized in Bucharest and abroad, 37 in Bucharest and 30 in other hospitals in various countries.
The last person injured in the Colectiv fire transported abroad was Adrian Albu. After being stabilized by the doctors of Elias Hospital, Adrian Albu was transferred to a hospital in Vienna on Monday, November 30. He was flown by a SMURD aircraft belonging to the Interior Ministry’s Aviation General Inspectorate, which is equipped with medical devices able to monitor the patient’s condition during the flight. However, the patient was also assisted by a SMURD medical team.