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#TweetSheet: Kiev Churches Now Makeshift Hospitals

<p>After the bloodiest day of Ukraine’s uprising, protestors are now using a cathedral in Kiev as a temporary hospital to treat the injured.</p>
Anti-government protesters who were wounded during last night's deadly clashes with riot police on Kiev's Indepndence Square, rest on February 19, 2014 in Mykhaylo Gold Dome cathedral which was turned into a hospital. ANATOLII BOIKO/AFP/Getty Images

The bloodiest day in the three month uprising in Ukraine has brought the death toll from the clashes to 26 dead, including 10 police officers and a journalist, according to Ukraine's Health Ministry. With violence erupting in central Kiev and no clear end in sight, hospitals in the capital city are flooding with the injured, leading anti-government protesters to use the historic St. Michael's Golden-Domed Cathedral as a temporary hospital. We've collected tweets from the scene in the landmark church. Tweets and images have not been independently verified by NBC News.