Negligence allegations surface after child loses finger in nursery

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KUWAIT CITY, April 20: A distressing incident has emerged in Mubarak Al-Kabeer Governorate, where a child suffered a severe injury resulting in partial amputation of his finger while under the care of a nursery. The guardians of the nursery and the individual responsible for supervising the children are now facing accusations of negligence.

Nursery in Mubarak Al-Kabeer accused of trashing child’s severed finger.

The incident came to light when a concerned citizen complained to the security authorities in Mubarak Al-Kabeer, detailing the events surrounding his child’s injury. According to the complaint, the child was attending a nursery in the governorate when the father received a distressing call informing him of his son’s injury during playtime.

Rushing to the nearby clinic, the father found his son in distress, with his hand bleeding profusely. Taking matters into his own hands, he swiftly transported his child to the hospital, where medical professionals made the grim discovery that part of the child’s finger had been amputated.

In a harrowing turn of events, when the doctor requested the amputated part for examination, the father was shocked to learn that it had been discarded. Upon further inquiry, it was revealed that the nursery staff, including the individual overseeing the children, had mistaken the severed finger for congealed blood and disposed of it in the garbage.

Expressing outrage at the negligence displayed by the nursery and its staff, the father holds them responsible for failing to promptly address the medical emergency and ensure proper treatment for his son.

A security source informed Al-Rai that legal action is being pursued against the nursery and the individuals involved in the supervision of the children. The incident underscores the importance of vigilance and immediate action in ensuring the safety and well-being of children under institutional care.

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