Transporting corpses becomes daily routine for Gaza ambulance driver
Youssef Al-Hindi, 30, has been working as an ambulance driver for nearly a decade in the Gaza Strip. He says he's been working non-stop since the outbreak of the Palestine-Israel conflict. The hospitals in northern Gaza have been working round the clock. He transports victims by night and spends his daytime assisting in the removal of bodies from under the rubble. Most of the bodies he has dealt with are of women and children.