Five members of the Qureya family are laid out on the floor of a field hospital in the neighborhood of Bustan al Qasr in Aleppo, Syria, on Monday, August 6, 2012, after an airstrike claimed at least eight lives including five children from the same family. At least two people, including a child, were trapped under rubble, complicating rescue attempts. Bustan al Qasr, a Free Syrian Army controlled district in south west Aleppo, has consistently been shelled and attacked by helicopters and planes over the last two weeks after the FSA entered Syria's commercial capital and its most populated city. According to the UN, over 200,000 civilians have fled the city, whilst many other displaced remain inside, seeking refuge in mosques, parks, and schools. Bustan al Qasr remains almost fully populated by its residents who chose not to flee.