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MOSCOW, June 6 (Itar-Tass) - About 15 people injured in the metro incident stay at the Moscow hospitals, six people are about to be discharged from the clinics, the press service of the Moscow health care department told Itar-Tass on Thursday.
“Nine wounded people are undergoing treatment at the Sklifosovsky First Aid Institute,” the press service said. “Six more people were taken to the 14th hospital, but all of them, according to the doctors, are about to be checked out from the hospitals today,” the press service said.
The department explained that the concrete number of addresses for medical aid over the Wednesday metro incident is changing constantly, because several people did not turn to the doctor at all. “Some people have already called the ambulance from their home,” the press service said.