Wed, 05 Sep 2018 18:42 - Updated Wed, 05 Sep 2018 18:41
Three victims of railway accident still in intensive care
Lubango - Three of the 12 people injured in the train crash Tuesday, in Munhino, Bibala municipality (Namibe), which claimed 18 lives are still hospitalized in the intensive care of Lubango central hospital "António Agostinho Neto" .
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The information was provided Wednesday, to Angop, by the clinical director of the hospital unit, Augusto Fonseca, noting that they were submitted to surgeries and inspire care, as they present neurological and orthopedic problems.
According to the official, one of the patients, the most critical, has moderate and closed brain cranial trauma that resulted in a schizophrenic rupture, as well as a fracture of the femur and underwent emergency surgery.
Currently, the central hospital controls seven patients, three of whom are referred to the hospital and the other four are under observation at the emergency bank, all of whom are orthopedic but stable, and who are still expected to go to the rooms where they will continue to be accompanied by specialists until they are discharged.
He advanced that they processed three discharges to patients who did not present gravity, two of them, at the request of the Railways-of-Moçâmedes and were taken to another health unit of the city, while another was discharged.
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