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In recent years, CAR has been devastated by a civil conflict that began in December , and this recent violence is the latest indication that tensions remain at critical levels.
MSF physician Dr. We had known for weeks that they were getting closer … We were told they were 60 kilometres away. Two weeks ago, as we were on our weekly visit to the health centre of Yongofongo — approximately 25 kilometres from Bangassou — we came across people fleeing the village.
They told us that an armed group had taken over the village and killing three civilians in the market. A fourth person who tried to flee was caught and murdered. On the opposite side, there was a dozen of wounded and an unknown number of deaths. So when the shooting started in Bangassou on Saturday morning around 3 a. If we were ready? Sure, we were ready to treat the wounded. We had put in place a contingency plan at the hospital.
We had set up a tent with 18 extra beds to accommodate the wounded. But how to prepare for panic and chaos? How to prepare for that feeling of hopelessness that comes over you when you know that there are people out there that need your help, but you cannot reach them without putting your life at risk? How to prepare when you know so many lives are at risk? For the fatigue that grips you as a result of the constant strain?
I am not sure these are things you can ever be prepared for. Everything happened very quickly. The city remained empty for two days. Only armed men ventured into the streets. At the hospital we received 22 wounded on Saturday, and four more on Sunday morning.