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MOSCOW, January 12 (Itar-Tass) —— The death toll of a gas blast at the restaurant in south-western Moscow reached three people. The injured man died at the 36th city hospital, a source in the Moscow health care department said. The foresaid man was in severe condition, the source said. “There are no more severely wounded people,” the source pledged.
“Ten people were staying in grave condition back on Wednesday, there are seven severely wounded people today. Those three wounded people, who were severely wounded yesterday, are in satisfactory condition today. All of injured people are recovering,” the source said.
The department reported that 28 people injured in the gas blast at the restaurant are undergoing treatment at the Moscow hospitals.
The gas explosion triggered the fire at the restaurant in Novocheremushkinskaya Street in the afternoon on January 9. Two restaurant workers were killed and another 39 people were injured in the incident.