The official after-death report issued by the Health Ministry revealed that, out of the 25 who had died, 14 died by being crushed under armoured vehicles; seven of bullet shots; and four due to injuries caused by sharp tools such as knives and penknives.
13 October 2011
The official after-death report issued by the Health Ministry revealed that, out of the 25 who had died, 14 died by being crushed under armoured vehicles; seven of bullet shots; and four due to injuries caused by sharp tools such as knives and penknives. Out of the 25 after-death reports, Watani was able to gain access to the 17 issued by the Coptic Hospital, which is itself affiliated to the Health Ministry.
The names and injuries of those who died as a result of being crushed under armoured vehicles:
1. Ayman Saber Bishay, 39, from Shubra, Cairo: fractures in the ribs and pelvis, laceration of the lung and liver, profuse bleeding and shock.
2. Mikhail Tawfik Gindy, 37, from Shubra, Cairo: crushed left thigh and pelvis, and profuse bleeding.
3. Girguis Rawy Rady, 30, from al-Khusous, Qalyubiya: laceration of lung and liver and profuse abdominal and chest bleeding.
4. Usama Fathy Aziz, 26, from Shubral-Kheima, Cairo: head injuries and bruises, fractures in the skull and laceration of the brain tissues.
5. Faris Rizq Ayoub, 40, from Feisal, al-Haram, Giza: multiple injuries and bruises caused by mauling, fractures in the ribs and pelvis, right thigh and leg, accompanied with profuse bleeding and shock.
6. Nassif Ragy Nassif, 26, from Shubra, Cairo: injuries caused by mauling led to ruptured blood vessels in the upper thigh, internal organs and testicles, and profuse bleeding.
7. Michael Mossaad Girguis, 25, from Ezbet al-Nakhl, Cairo: head injuries caused by mauling, rupture of internal organs, and profuse bleeding.
8. Mossaad Mehanna Mossaad, 45, from Shubra, Cairo: fragmented fractures in the thoracic rib, right and left, massive destruction of the lungs, spleen, kidneys, and pelvic fracture and laceration of major blood testicle tissue, leading to acute hypotension.
9. Shenouda Noshy Attiya, 20s, from Umraniya, Giza: traumatic injuries in the head and chest, causing fractures in the brain and lungs, leading to severe bleeding and acute hypotension.
10. Gamal Fayek Wanees, 47, from Shubral-Kheima, Cairo: severe traumatic injuries in the ribs, lung, kidneys and severe bleeding in the chest and abdomen, leading to rapid acute hypotension.
The names and injuries of those who died of bullet shots:
1. Mina Ibrahim Daniel, 19, from Mattariya, Cairo: single bullet injury in the right chest causing laceration of the right lung, liver and copious bleeding.
2. Hady Fouad Attiya Hanna, 27, from Shubra, Cairo: fracture in the neck vertebra no7, laceration in the left lower jaw and vessels, and severe bleeding, as a result of a bullet shot.
3. Ayman Nassif Wahby, 37, from Assuit: bullet injury, laceration of the internal organs and the main blood vessels.
4. Amin Fouad Amin, 28, from Fiesal, Giza: bullet penetrated the chest causing laceration of the heart and right lung, accompanied with bleeding.
5. Sobhy Gamal Nazeem Gadallah, 20, from Bahteem, Qalyubiya: injury from a bullet which penetrated the right thigh, causing laceration in the main arteries of the right thigh, with severe bleeding.
6. Shahat Thabet Awad, 45, from al-Sahel, Cairo: a bullet injury caused laceration in the internal organs, and severe bleeding in the abdomen.
7. Wa’el Mikhail Khalil al-Areef, 37, from al-Marg, Cairo: a bullet penetrated the neck, causing a laceration in the main vessels, and fracture in the upper jaw, with severe bleeding.