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The aero-mobile hospital of the Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations has concluded its work in the earthquake-hit area of Pakistan
The aero-mobile hospital of the Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations has concluded its work in the earthquake-hit area of Pakistan, rendering medical aid to more than 2,500 people, Itar-Tass learnt at the press service of the Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations on Tuesday. The hospital worked in the main city of Kashmir Muzaffarabad since October 13. The effects of the earthquake were the gravest in this city: over 20,000 people died and hundreds of thousands were left without a roof over their heads there. The Pakistani authorities pinned special hopes on Russian medics: all hospitals were destroyed in Muzaffarabad, and the Pakistani hospital deployed there had a very low capacity. Over 12 days of work, more than 2,500 victims, including over 800 children saw Russian doctors. 94 surgical operations were made. Russian doctors received about 200 patients a day. On Monday, the Russian aero-mobile hospital arrived in Islamabad from Muzaffarabad and in the near future, Russian doctors will return to Moscow.
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