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Ambulances Face Difficulty Transporting Large Number Of Injured To Health Facilities In Rafah

12.02.2024 12:57

Civil defense crews working since Sunday evening to rescue people from rubble, with majority of victims are children, paramedics tell Anadolu Corridors of Kuwaiti Hospital crowded with injured people who are being treated while lying on ground, they say There are numerous cases of...

Palestinian paramedics said on Monday that ambulances are having difficulty transporting a large number of injured to health facilities in congested Rafah city, where over 1.3 million Palestinians have sought refuge since Oct. 7, when Israeli forces launched intensified attacks on Gaza and Khan Younis cities, as well as their surrounding towns and neighborhoods.

Paramedics told an Anadolu correspondent that ambulances are still transporting dozens of injured people from Israeli bombing sites in Rafah to hospitals, albeit with difficulty.

They added that there are not enough ambulances to transport the large number of injured people to hospitals.

Civil defense crews have been working since Sunday evening to rescue people from the rubble, with the majority of the victims are children, they said, adding that there are numerous cases of amputation, particularly of the lower limbs, as body parts are scattered everywhere at the bombing sites.

They pointed out that the corridors of the Kuwaiti Hospital are crowded with injured people who are being treated while lying on the ground.

On Sunday evening and early Monday morning, the Israeli army conducted a series of violent raids on various areas of Rafah, killing over 100 Palestinians and injuring dozens more, including children and women.

The Israeli army used gunboats to bomb the seashore, as well as helicopters to fire machine guns at citizens and displaced people amid some resistance from people in the northwest of Rafah.

Palestinians sought refuge in Rafah after the Israeli army launched intensified bombardments on Gaza and Khan Younis cities, as well as their surrounding towns and neighborhoods, on Oct. 7, killing more than 28,000 people and causing widespread destruction and shortages of necessities.

*Writing by Mohammad Sio -



 
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