CHINA Medical workers carried 26 newborn babies to safety during earthquake

CHINA

Medical workers carried 26 newborn babies to safety during earthquake

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11:06, July 03, 2020

On July 2, a 4.5-magnitude earthquake struck Hezhang County, Bijie City, Southwest China's Guizhou Province. When the earthquake struck and many people were evacuated, the medical workers in Hezhang County People's Hospital immediately returned to the maternity ward to pick up the babies and rushed downstairs. Each of them was in charge of one baby and made sure the 26 newborn babies were evacuated safely.

On July 2, a 4.5-magnitude earthquake struck Hezhang County, Bijie City, Guizhou Province. When the earthquake struck and many people were evacuated, the medical workers in Hezhang County People's Hospital immediately returned to the maternity ward to pick up the babies and rushed downstairs. Each of them was in charge of one baby and made sure the 26 newborn babies were evacuated safely.

On July 2, a 4.5-magnitude earthquake struck Hezhang County, Bijie City, Guizhou Province. When the earthquake struck and many people were evacuated, the medical workers in Hezhang County People's Hospital immediately returned to the maternity ward to pick up the babies and rushed downstairs. Each of them was in charge of one baby and made sure the 26 newborn babies were evacuated safely.

(Photos: Xinhua and Chinanews.com; compiled by Zhu Yurou)

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