URGENT – Syria Aleppo M10 hospital hit again

Stills released by the Union of Medical Care and Relief Organizations (UOSSM) shows the extensive damage caused to the Cave Hospital in rural Hama, Syria. The hospital, which was named after Dr. Hasan Al-Araj, the doctor who worked tirelessly to get the hospital up and running, has been shut down as a result of the airstrikes.

(CNN) — At least seven people were killed after airstrikes destroyed the M10 hospital in Aleppo on Monday, activists from the opposition Aleppo Media Center said. An unknown number of people are still trapped in the rubble, activists said. The hospital, in rebel-held eastern Aleppo, has been bombed three times in the past six days. On Monday, bunker-buster bombs dropped from warplanes caused the M10 hospital to collapse and rendered it completely out of service, according to hospital staff. The seven killed include two medical staff and five maintenance workers who were trying to repair the hospital following damage caused by previous airstrikes Saturday and last Wednesday, activists and hospital staff said.

From CNN’s Jomana Karadsheh, Bharati Naik and Schams Elwazer

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