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MOSCOW, May 26 (Itar-Tass) - Thirteen people injured in the bomb blast, which went off at the Dagestani Interior Ministry, are still undergoing treatment at the hospitals in Makhachkala, the Russian Health Ministry told Itar-Tass on Sunday.
“Meanwhile, 33 patients, who were injured in the bomb blasts at the Bailiff Service building on May 20, are undergoing treatment at the hospitals in Makhachkala,” the ministry stated.
On Sunday morning, an emergency airplane has brought two people injured in the bomb blast at the republican Interior Ministry building to Moscow. “They were taken to the Medical Rehabilitation Centre of the Health Ministry in heavy and moderately heavy condition,” the ministry reported.
One more person, who was injured in a terrorist act on May 20, was taken to the Main Clinical Hospital of the Russian Interior Ministry in heavy condition.