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23 among injured in Karak terror attack discharged from hospital
By JT - Dec 22,2016 - Last updated at Dec 22,2016
AMMAN — Twenty-three people who were among the injured in the Karak terror attack were discharged from the King Hussein Medical Centre (KHMC) on Thursday after receiving the necessary treatment. Royal Medical Services Director General Maj. Gen. Muin Habashneh told the Jordan News Agency, Petra, that the 23 people are now in fair condition and will be able to go back to their jobs very soon.
Those discharged were among the 29 wounded people who were admitted to KHMC between Sunday and Tuesday, Habashneh said, noting that the other six are still receiving the necessary medical care, but he described their health condition as fair.
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