ALEPPO, Syria, Sept. 28 (UPI) -- A Syrian aerial offensive struck the two largest hospitals in the besieged, rebel-held eastern part of the city of Aleppo on Wednesday.
The early morning assault by the Syrian military bombed the two hospitals, codenamed M2 and M10 by doctors, out of service. Aleppo now has 30 remaining doctors and six hospitals, only three of which have trauma centers. The chief of M10 said generators, water storage facilities and the hospital's intensive care unit sustained major damage. The medical charity SAMS said two people were killed and three injured in the strike on M2. Both hospitals sustained major structural damage.