Enjabara Communication’s website contained information that confirmed the traffic collision.
The accident involved students from the children’s school “Sensor Academy.” The children reportedly left the city today at 2:00 am in a service car for a trip to a place named “Donder Falls” west Gonder zone.
The traffic collision is reportedly serious, and three children’s lives have already been quickly lost. Before receiving medical assistance, a fourth child as well as a teacher also passed away.
Children who have endured severe bodily injury may also exist.
Dereje Hailu, general manager of Enjabara General Hospital, said that despite the pain and tragedy of this accident in our hospital’s history, efforts by our hospital’s medical staff and support staff to save the lives of the victims who entered our facility allowed us to lessen the impact of the accident.
The most significant statistic, in Mr. Dereje’s opinion, is that of the 50 accident victims who were hospitalised, four have died, 32 are receiving treatment, and six students have received basic rehabilitation and have returned to their homes. He elaborated.
A surgeon at Enjabara General Hospital named Dr. Mesgebu Bogale said that three victims had major head operations and that 25% of those admitted to the hospital had critical injuries.
He claimed that the hands and head were involved in most incidents, and those who needed a CT scan were referred.
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