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By Voice of Rohingya- VOR Correspondent

Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh: A road accident near a makeshift camp of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh left a Rohingya woman critically fractured yesterday (29th July 2019), reports a member of VOR from the scene.

At around 4:00 pm, a Tontom vehicle while carrying passengers at Faulia Fara road near Camp-4 of Kutupalong makeshift had an accident and left a Rohingya woman critically injured, fracturing one of her arms.

Injured Rohingya women at a road accident in Kutupalong makeshift camp. Image: Voice of Rohingya

She was immediately taken at GK hospital of Camp-4 and from there she was referred to Ukhia Hospital at 5:00 pm, where she was in serious condition according to latest updates.

The victim is identified to be Halima Khatu,41, daughter of Altaf Mia and Shamshu Nahar sheltering at B-17, Zone-OO in Camp-4 of Kutupalong.

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Road accident and loosing of Rohingya’s lives became a common scene in the makeshift camps due to the narrow and improper roads.

Since 2016, nearly 1.3 million Rohingya are sheltering in the ghetto-like camps in Bangladesh after fleeing a brutal genocidal campaign in their ancestral land – Arakan.

Edited by : Arifa

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