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Four seriously injured Pakistanis airlifted to UAE

posted on 28/10/2005: 829 views

Islamabad - A UAE Armed Forces' C 130 air ambulance plane on Wednesday airlifted four seriously injured Pakistani citizens from Chakala airbase near Rawalpindi to Abu Dhabi for medical treatment in Zayed Military Hospital. According to Major Amir, Coordinator at the Military Hospital, priority was given to the victims of the earthquake who suffer spine fractures and who are less then 27 year old.

The four patients, two men and two women, were taken from different quake-hit areas such as Muzaffarabad and Balakot. This brings to 37 the total number of victims transported to the UAE so far. Two of the patients returned to Pakistan after undergoing operations and are now on their way to full recovery. There are 180 patients with spine fractures admitted to the UAE Field Hospital in Rawalpindi, while over 500 patients are being treated for leg bones fractures. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM)


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