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MOSCOW, January 1 (Itar-Tass) —— The condition of people, who were injured in the crash of an airliner at the Vnukovo airport has stabilized, the press service of the Russian Health Ministry told Itar-Tass on Tuesday.
“Two wounded people, namely a 26-year-old woman and a 32-year-old man, are being treated at the intensive therapy ward at the Pirogov city clinical hospital,” the press service said. “The female patient has the positive dynamics and remains in moderately heavy condition. The man is in stably heavy condition with the positive dynamics,” the press service reported.
The condition of the patient, who was brought to Sklifosovsky emergency aid clinic, is stable heavy, but with the positive dynamics, the press service said. All patients are undergoing the intensive therapy.
On December 29, the airplane Tu-204, which belongs to the Red Wings Airlines, bound for the Czech Republic, overran the runway after the landing at the Vnukovo airport, fell into three parts and caught fire. The fire has been put out for less than half an hour. The airplane was carrying only the crew. The criminal case was opened under Article 263 Part 3 of the Criminal Code for violation of the flight safety rules and steering of aircraft.