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-- Doctors at Can Tho Central General Hospital in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta on Wednesday successfully removed a piece of wire from a 35-year-old man's heart after he was wounded while cutting grass with a lawnmower.
-- An electricity worker discovered a human limb in a sewer on Wednesday while repairing an electrical cable system on Hung Vuong Street, Hai Chau District, Da Nang City, according to local police.
-- A man and his son from the south-central province of Phu Yen died on Wednesday after being crushed by collapsing walls while they were helping a relative in the construction of a house.
-- Two fishing boats rescued 11 fishermen from south-central Binh Dinh Province as their ships were sunk by strong waves on Wednesday.
-- Cho Ray Hospital treated approximately 1,200 emergency patients during the recent four-day break marking Reunification Day (April 30) and International Workers’ Day (May 1), including 227 road accidents and 74 brain traumas.
-- Doctors at Hoan My Da Nang Hospital on Wednesday successfully saved a patient who had suffered acute liver failure as a result of long-term use of paracetamol to relieve pain.
-- Two Vietnamese enterprises who won an auction for a 15,000-square-meter land lot in Ho Chi Minh City's Thu Thiem New Urban Area have yet to pay the land use fees even though the payment deadline had passed.
-- “Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vowed to defend abortion rights as the decades-old battle over the issue exploded anew this week in Canada's southern neighbor, with the U.S. Supreme Court apparently set to overturn the decades-old ruling that legalized the procedure nationwide,” Reuters reported on Wednesday.