300 hospitalised after Paris attacks, 80 'critical'

2015-11-14 16:16
A shoe and a bloody shirt lie outside the Bataclan concert hall. (Christophe Ena, AP)

A shoe and a bloody shirt lie outside the Bataclan concert hall. (Christophe Ena, AP)

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WATCH: Paris attack survivor says his phone saved his head from being 'blown to bits'

2015-11-14 14:51

A man who was walking by the Paris stadium when a terrorist bomb went off said, had his cell phone not taken the force of the blast, his head would have been 'blown to bits'.WATCH

Paris - About 300 people were hospitalised following the deadly attacks in Paris of whom 80 are in "critical" condition, the city's hospital authority said on Saturday.

Fifty-three people have already been discharged, the authority said in a statement, adding that the city's hospital system had the "necessary capacity" to handle the influx of patients from Friday's attacks.

At least 128 people died in the co-ordinated attacks, claimed by ISIS.

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