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Hospital on the spot for turning away bleeding survivors of Baringo attacks

School children in a police van along Mukutani- Marigat road after they were evacuated by police officers to a safer place at Makutani area in Baringo south on March 15,2017. [PHOTO:KIPSANG JOSEPH/Standard] Read more at: https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2001232963/hospital-on-the-spot-for-turning-away-bleeding-survivors-of-baringo-attacks

School children in a police van along Mukutani- Marigat road after they were evacuated by police officers to a safer place at Makutani area in Baringo south on March 15,2017. [PHOTO:KIPSANG JOSEPH/Standard]

Source: The Standard

By Mercy Kahenda
Fri, March 17th 2017
A private hospital in Nakuru is on the spot for turning away patients who survived an attack by bandits in Mukutani village in Baringo South. The patients, including a six-year-old girl and two middle-aged men, are said to have been turned away from St Mary’s Mission Hospital in Gilgil after they failed to raise a Sh20,000 deposit. The girl, Senteiyo Kateiya, writhed in pain for one-and-a-half hours while her uncle and Red Cross officials pleaded with the hospital to attend to her.
Read more at: https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2001232963/hospital-on-the-spot-for-turning-away-bleeding-survivors-of-baringo-attacks
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