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MOSCOW, September 8 (Itar-Tass) —— A Lokomotiv striker Alexander Galimov severely injured in the air crash was brought to the Vishnevsky Surgery Clinic on Thursday.
An emergency airplane brought the hockey striker from Yaroslavl. The doctors estimate that Galimov is on the critical list with 90% of skin burns.
The burn treatment center admitted the patient from the reanimobile. Highly qualified medical specialists with all necessary life-supporting equipment escorted him during the medical evacuation, a source in the Ministry of Health and Social Development said.
A Yak-42 flight engineer Alexander Sizov, who also survived in the air crash, was brought to Moscow by the same special flight. He is on the way to the Sklifosovsky First Aid Clinic. Sizov is estimated to be in grave condition.