Peshawar’s rat nightmare shows no sign of ending: Washington Post

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ISLAMABAD, May 4 (APP): A public health crisis in Peshawar
shows no sign of subsiding as “killer rats” continue their rampage,
biting more than 400 people over the past month, said the Washington
Post.
Quoting the officials at Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar,
the leading paper of the Untied States mentions how Peshawar is
gripped with fear of the supersize rats that have infested the city,
killing at least eight children over the past year.
The story -‘Man, these rats can really bite’- quotes Jameel
Shah, a spokesman for Lady Reading Hospital, stating that the
hospital had treated 423 patients for rat bites since April 1,
including 23 on Tuesday. About half of the victims are children,
Shah added.