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MOSCOW, August 20 (Itar-Tass) — EMERCOM’s plane has arrived in Vladikavkaz to transport to Moscow hospitals those injured in the explosion in Ingushetia.
Il-76, with four medical modules for transportation of the injured on board, landed at 12:29 Moscow time, the ministry’s information department said on Monday.
The plane also takes doctors of the ministry’s Rescue Centre and of Russia’s Zashchita /Protection/ centre of catastrophe medicine.
“The doctors at Ingushetia’s hospital will make decisions on evacuation of patients in poor conditions,” the ministry added.
EMERCOM’s branch in North Ossetia told Itar-Tass the plane would land at the airport in Bislan. This plane will take to Moscow five patients.
The explosion in Ingushetia’s village Sagopshi near the house of a killed policeman claimed eight people and 15 people got injures.