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BRUSSELS, April 15 (Itar-Tass) - The Emergencies Ministry Il-76 plane this Monday will not carry the bodies of the three people who died in the bus crash, Russian Embassy spokesman Georgy Kuznetsov told Russian reporters on Monday.
Under the regulations, a plane such as an Il-76 may not carry patients and dead bodies at the same time, as it has no separate section, he said.
At present six people remain in Belgian hospitals. Three of them, adults, may be discharged this Monday, and the others, teenagers, are in more serious condition. EMERCOM doctors who arrived in Belgium overnight will decide whether it is possible to take them to Russia.
The plane is expected to fly out with patients aboard on Monday evening.