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KIEV, May 1 (Itar-Tass) —— No one died in the April 27 explosions in Dnepropetrovsk, Dnepropetrovsk regional healthcare department head Valentina Ginzburg said on Tuesday. She refuted media reports claiming that the explosions took eight lives.
“The explosions injured 30 people, and 14 of them are staying at the city hospitals. Eight have light injures, and five – medium injuries. An elderly woman is in a grave condition,” she said. “The Mechnikov Clinic has six patients, the regional children’s hospital has four, and the remaining four patients stay at four different city hospitals. Their lives are not in danger.”
The police opened a terrorism case and made identikits of three suspected offenders.