Doctors from various countries in Nepal to treat quake victims
Kathmandu, April 29 (ANI): A collective team of doctors from several nations including India and China are treating quake-affected people in Kathmanduâ€™s government hospital. Nepal's government-run Bir Hospital has been accepting most of the trauma cases after a magnitude 7.9 earthquake hit Nepal on Saturday (April 25). Fractured arms and legs are most common injuries among the people. According to last reports, hospital has seen over 100 deaths so far. Most of the deaths have been a result of multiple organ injuries. Meanwhile, anger and frustration was mounting steadily on Wednesday (April 29) morning, with many Nepalis sleeping out in the open under makeshift tents for a fourth night since Nepal's worst quake in more than 80 years. In Kathmandu, a family living under a temporary shelter by the roadside said they had received no help so far.
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