Afrin hospital workers are overwhelmed with wounded patients from recent Turkish airstrikes, as Turkey continues its military operation against Kurdish fighters in northern Syria's Afrin, Tuesday. According to reports, 48 people were killed and 86 wounded in recent attacks. Footage, filmed on Tuesday, shows relatives of the victims crying at the hospital as well as hospital workers treating... Еще the wounded. «We were leaving the Raju area, when a jet started to shell us. It also hit several targets near us. I was with my brother and his family,” recalls one of the injured. On January 20, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan launched the military operation into Syria dubbed 'Olive Branch' targeting Kurdish 'terrorists' across the border. Turkey views the Kurdish YPG militia, which is active in northern Syria, as an extension of the banned militant group the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).