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195 injured by storm return home after treatment


PARSA: As many as 195 people injured in the windstorm last Sunday returned home after treatment from various hospitals of Birgunj. District Administration Office here shared that they returned home after the improvement in their health condition.

Till Tuesday, 409 persons were undergoing treatment. Now, 212 are still receiving treatment, according to Assistant Chief District Officer, Netra Prasad Sharma. He added that Narayani Hospital has 40 injured persons undergoing treatment, National Medical College has 100 persons, Birgunj Health Care has 26, Neuro Hospital has 19 and Gandak Hospital has 17 injured persons.

A total of 122 houses were fully damaged while 387 suffered partial damage in the storm that lashed various parts of the district last Sunday. Three schools, three industries, a temple and a mosque were destroyed in the disaster.
The local administration has set up help desk at various places with the coordination of local organizations to distribute relief materials.

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