Royal Medical Services receive 2nd batch of injured Gazans
Amman, Under the directives of His Majesty King Abdullah II and following the recommendation of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs-of-Staff Mahmoud Freihat, the Jordan Royal Medical Services(RMS), Tuesday midnight, received another group of severely wounded Gazans for providing them with medical treatment.
RMS Director, Maj. Gen. Muin Habashneh, said that the second batch included 23 new injured Gazans, whom conditions are classified as critical and medium and suffer from bone fractures and arterial injuries.
A number of Jordanian ambulances equipped with all medical supplies transferred the Gazans who were seriously injured by the Israeli occupation troops from the Beit Hanoun crossing to King Hussein Medical Centre in the Kingdom for treatment.
Few days earlier, Jordan has received and started treating seven wounded Gazans, who were injured by Israeli forces’ gunfire during the peaceful demonstrations on the border between Gaza and Israel against the occupation and the opening of the US embassy in occupied Jerusalem.
Source: Jordan News Agency