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KIEV, August 6 (Itar-Tass) —— Two Russian women from Khakassia who were injured during a boat-ship collision off Sudak in the Crimea last Saturday, August 4, have been hospitalised to Simferopol in grave condition.
“A four-year-old girl with open craniocerebral injury is in coma. She has been admitted to the Republican Children’s Hospital in Simferopol. A woman, born 1968, with a closed head injury and forearm fracture is staying at the Semashko Republican Hospital. A 13-year-old boy from Minsk, Belarus, with an injury, bruises and lacerated wound remains at Sudak’s hospital in condition of medium gravity,” the Crimean branch of the Ukrainian Emergencies Ministry said on Monday, August 6.
One person, a woman from Russia, died and 6 were injured as a result of a pleasure boat’s collision with a steamship off Sudak in the Black Sea.
The investigation is underway.