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MOSCOW, May 27 (Itar-Tass) - Forty-five people injured in the terrorist attacks in Dagestan’s capital Makhachkala on May 20 and May 25 are still in hospitals of Makhachkala, the press service of the Russian Healthcare Ministry told Tass on Monday.
Thirteen people wounded in the terrorist attack near the building of the republican interior ministry on May 25 and 32 people injured in the terrorist act at the Bailiff Service building on May 20 are still in Makhachkala hospitals, the press service specified.
Speaking about the patients airlifted to Moscow, its sources said “one of the patients hospitalized to the Medical Rehabilitation Centre of the Russian Healthcare Ministry is in a grave condition”. “The condition of another patient is moderately grave, and he will be transferred to the surgery later today,” they added.
The man hospitalized to the Main Clinical Hospital of the Russian Interior Ministry after the May 20 terrorist attack is also in a grave condition, the sources said.