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MANILA, Philippines - The De Los Santos Medical Center along E. Rodriguez Sr. Boulevard in Quezon City has run out of food for its patients and staff and its power supply has also been cut off, a radio station reported past 12:30 a.m., Wednesday.
Also, one of its two generators had run out of power Tuesday evening after it was submerged in flood waters. Its second generator will also lose power in one to two hours.
The hospital has 140 staffers and 72 patients including three babies in incubators, one of whom is suffering from hypothermia. Another patient, who is at the hospital's intensive care unit, needs to be immediately transferred to another medical facility.
E. Rodriguez Sr. remains flooded as of late Tuesday evening. The road 500 meters from the hospital is inaccesible.
Those who want to provide the medical center with relief goods and lend generator to the hospital can contact nurse ChrisTaño via cellphone number 0917-546-2887.