3 people rescued alive from rubble after airstrikes destroyed Syrian hospital
February 17, 2016 - Uncategorized
Three people were rescued — wounded but alive — from the rubble of a Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) hospital in Syria that was destroyed by airstrikes on Monday.
Rescue workers, including volunteers from the Syrian Civil Defence group, dug through the night searching for survivors. Several missiles hit the building on Monday, leading to a collapse that entirely destroyed the facility.
MSF confirmed that three people had been recovered by Wednesday morning
At least 11 people were killed at the hospital in Ma’arat Al Numan, in the Idlib province of northern Syria, according to a statement from MSF on Tuesday. Twenty-five staff members were in the hospital at the time of the attack Read more…