Seven injured people brought to Bheri Hospital from Jajarkot

Banke, Nov 4: Seven quake-injured people have been brought to Bheri Hospital, Nepalgunj from Jajarkot. 

Chief District Officer of Banke, Shravan Kumar Pokhrel, shared the information that the injured people were brought to Nepalgunj early morning- 3:00 am.

Medical Superintendent Dr Pavan Jung Rayamajhi confirmed that seven quake survivors were receiving treatment in the hospital.

Similarly, ten quake-injured people are being brought to Ranjha by helicopter soon.

CDO Pokhrel said even the private hospitals were readied for the treatment. A total of 105 beds were prepared for the treatment at Bheri Hospital, Army Hospital, and Police Hospital. 

Moreover, ambulances have been kept on standby at Ranjha Airport and Nepal Army helipad. The health facilities also reported that there was no shortage of blood either. 

The earthquake measuring 6.4 on the Richter scale with its epicenter at Ramidanda, Jajarkot jolted the district and vicinity at 11:47 pm Friday.

The latest update recorded the death of 133 persons and injury of 185 others in the disaster. Hundreds of houses are flattened by the tremor.

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