Magen David Adom mulls assistance for Nepal in wake of devastating earthquake

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April 25, 2015 15:43

 
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A spokesman for Magen David Adom EMS said the organization was examining the possibility of sending  emergency medical supplies and  teams to Nepal in the wake of a devastating earthquake that rocked  the capital city of Kathmandu early Saturday morning.

Over 750 people have been reported dead so far in the natural disaster with numbers expected to rise.

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