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YEKATERINBURG, April 4 (Itar-Tass) — The condition of three out of 12 survivors in the ATR-72 plane crash outside Tyumen on Monday remains critical, sources from the regional healthcare department told Tass on Wednesday.
“Eleven people are in hospital, and the condition of eight of them is stable but grave. It is too early to say they are recovering. Three injured people are in a critical condition. Medics do all they can,” the sources said.
The plane that crashed shortly after it took off from Tyumen’s airport on Monday was carrying 43 people, including a crew of four. Thirty-one people were killed and 12 survived the crashed. One of them was flown on Tuesday to Moscow for medical treatment by a plane of the Ministry for Emergency Situations.