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27 injured in Kampala twin blasts

Mulago National Referral hospital is attending to 27 people injured in suspected twin bomb blasts at Quarter Guard near the Kampala Central Police Station (CPS) and at Jubilee House along Parliamentary Avenue. 
 
The two massive blasts went off a few minutes of each - just a few minutes after 10 am, shattering several office windows and setting cars on fire.
According to the ministry of Health of the 27 admitted to Mulago, 7 are in critical condition. URN reporters at the casualty ward in Mulago say that they counted 15 police officers admitted. They had cuts to their heads, arms and stomachs. Some have broken limbs, while others are bleeding profusely.

It is believed that they were brought from CPS, where the first blast went off. The doctors at the hospital are also severely strained by the number of injured people coming in. The hospital has called in all available staff to help with the emergency as ministry of Health and Mulago hospital ambulances bring the injured in.
 
Entrance into the hospital has also been restricted. Patients that were admitted to the casualty ward have been transferred to other wards to create space for the bomb victims.

 

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+3 #1 rwigyema noah 2021-11-16 14:34
museveni invested in wars that he thought were political, they are actually religious wars.

In other words the chickens have come home to roost.. Not adf or nup more like sfx..
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-1 #2 Wainanchi 2021-11-17 02:21
We shall destroy them all.How.Ask Somalia..hagahagugigi
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