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MOSCOW, May 21 (Itar-Tass) - Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu decided that a man wounded in the double terrorist act in Makhachkala (Dagestan) on May 20 will be hospitalized in the third Vishnevsky Central Military Clinical Hospital, the press service of the Russian Defence Ministry told Itar-Tass on Tuesday.
“When the Makhachkala medics were giving the first aid to employees of the Federal Bailiff Service wounded in the terrorist act a wounded man was diagnosed with damaged clavicular artery, which needs the urgent specialized medical aid,” the press service said. “When receiving the appropriate request from the Defence Ministry Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu gave instructions to hospitalize the wounded man in the 3rd Vishnevsky Central Military Clinical Hospital, where he will receive all needed aid by the best medical specialists of the Russian Defence Ministry,” the press service reported.
On May 20, the double terrorist act, which was committed at the Bailiff Service building in Makhachkala, killed four people and wounded over 40 people.