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Victims of Bent Bayya incident arrive in Egypt for treatment

Victims of Bent Bayya incident arrive in Egypt for treatment

Dozens of wounded Libyans arrived in Egypt on Wednesday to receive medical treatment for injuries sustained from fuel tanker explosion in the southern town of Bent Bayya, which took place on Monday.

The victims were transported from Benghazi to Cairo via a medically-equipped C-130 military plane of the Egyptian army, according to a statement by the spokesman of Egypt’s Armed Forces.

The Egyptian army said the victims said the victims will receive care in the army’s hospital, which located in Al-Helmiya neighborhood in southeast of Cairo.

At least 7 dead, over 50 injured after fuel truck explodes in southern Libya