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Two killed, 10 others injured at civilian site in Wau town

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October 03, 2016 (WAU) – Two people were killed and 10 others injured by strong winds at a protection of civilian site in South Sudan’s Wau state.

The roof of a clinic constructed by Medicins Sans Frontiers (MSF) was reportedly blown off as iron sheets scattered, killing two and injuring others.

“Rain started and shortly there was very strong wind whereby structures of the hospital was picked up, the fence fell down and what we saw was its structure taken by the wind,” said Abiel Peter Wawure, a MSF health workers at the protection of civilian site.

Margaret Ngogi said iron sheet off the clinic caused the injuries and deaths.

Meanwhile, all humanitarian agencies operating in Wau state have reportedly rushed to the protection of civilian site to provide needed assistance.

(ST)

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  • 4 October 2016 07:32, by Midit Mitot

    Rest in peace, Kiir/Malong will be accountable.

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    • 4 October 2016 14:24, by Hardlinner

      mitdit you are indeed stupid. how is that got to do with Kiir or malong?. none of them call for destructive rain.

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      • 4 October 2016 14:33, by Midit Mitot

        Hardliner,
        Blind debater,if your armed and tribal militias did not forced them out of their homes, what would have killed them today? that storm got them in dare and open place that can not protect any thing @yaaaaaaaah othiek.

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