How to help survivors of the Virginia hospital explosion

The first wave of survivors at Mount Auburn Hospital in Augusta, Ga., have arrived.

The survivors have received first aid kits and medical supplies, and they will be allowed to see their families on Monday.

The explosion at the Virginia Hospital killed 26 people and wounded scores more.

“We are going to be here for them,” said a nurse who was one of the first survivors to arrive at the hospital on Sunday.

More than 60,000 people have been displaced by the explosion.

It was the second deadliest single-day disaster in the United States.

An estimated $100 million has been set aside for the reconstruction of the hospital.

Officials said Sunday that the state is preparing to open a new emergency room and that the governor would visit the scene of the explosion on Monday to assess the damage.

Authorities have said the building was designed to withstand a catastrophic collapse, but the new emergency rooms will be much smaller.