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NORRIS: What was the scene like at the field hospital that you visited?
SOLOMON: It was very traumatic. And they don't have a lot of space. They're working out of a mosque and obviously, that's not the same as having the hospital. So their doctors seemed pretty well-organized. They had a system for bringing in the wounded, but they were just coming in so quickly - you just have streams of five and 10 and 15 wounded people being rushed in on stretchers or on motorbikes, and just being laid out on the floor as they quickly try to pull out bullets and so on. And then in one corner of the room, they were laying out the dead and obviously, the scene there was - is quite difficult. Families were huddled around, praying and crying.