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nice sharing with us
such kinds of happenings are really saddening but the good thing is that we have quick healing emergency hospitals to overcome the mishaps. thanks for the post Mr.Anthony.
This part is the best
“Not one single person transported to our hospitals on the day of the bombings died,” said Dr. Jeffrey Flier, Dean of Harvard Medical School, in open letter to the HMS community. “Hundreds of hospital personnel, including some third-year HMS students who are graduating this year, responded in droves, doing what the medical profession has always been called upon to do—helping and healing, relieving suffering and saving lives. They followed their impulse to serve, to comfort and to heal.”
I always keep wondering: what goes on in this people’s minds..? Why would you do something like this, what benefit does it bring you to kill and injure so many people? Why would you destroy a day full of happiness?!
It’s so sad that things like this happen.
Nice sharing. This is a very informative post. Keep sharing.
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