I accidentally punctured a hole in my freezer - what should I do?

India
May 6, 2007 8:15am CST
When I was cleaning my fridge-freezer, I accidentally punctured a hole in the freezer and gas came out. I felt the gas and it was cold and it smells bad. At first it hurts and it made my fingers numb for 5 minutes. I accidentally punctured a hole in the tube in the freezer because I was removing ice on it. What should I do? For now, I blocked the hole with BluTack and put tape (scotch or cellotape). Is it unsafe? Should I buy a new one? Please help me out. The problem is that I am on the second floor of my house. But it is a small fridge freezer in my bedroom. Should I get it out of the house ASAP and get all of the things out of it (Only drinks, medicines and snacks are contained in my fridge freezer)