Burned baby arrives in Glasgow for care
A baby boy who was badly burned in a gas explosion in Pakistan has arrived in Scotland for specialist treatment.
Mohammad Sudais was less than two months old when an explosion ripped through an apartment block in December 2013.
The child's parents and brother were killed in the incident.
Mohammad Asif, his uncle who lives in Glasgow, has been campaigning to bring him to Scotland where the Scottish government will pay for his treatment.
BBC Scotland's Catriona Renton reports.
21 Feb 2014
- From the section Scotland