Witness: 30 dead, 60 wounded in rocket attacks on Misrata

By REUTERS
April 25, 2011 11:35

 
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CAIRO - Rocket attacks on Misrata on Monday killed at least 30 people and wounded 60, a Libyan witness told Al Arabiya television.

"There is very intense and random shelling on residential areas. Burned bodies are being brought into the hospital," Ahmed al-Qadi, an engineer who works for a dissident radio station in Misrata said.

"The number of wounded is 60 and the there were 30 martyrs. This is the toll for the past 12 hours," he added.

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