MDA treats victims of collapsed roof in West Bank

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May 23, 2006 15:30

 
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A roof of a four-story house collapsed in the village of Marda in the West Bank, leaving four people trapped and one person, Zaka reported. MDA offered the Palestinian Red Crescent assistance in dealing with the situation, and arrived on the scene soon after with a number of ambulances. An MDA team checked and treated five Palestinians who were lightly injured during the incident and transferred them to the Palestinian Red Crescent, who rushed them to a hospital in Nablus.

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