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KRASNODAR, July 8 (Itar-Tass) - All 13 passengers, who were hospitalized from the Novosibirsk-Adler train, several cars of which derailed on Sunday, are feeling normally. “And all five children as well,” chief doctor of the Krylovskaya central district hospital Valery Rets told Itar-Tass on Monday morning.
He explained that “right after the railway incident 15 people were taken to the hospital from the incident site. But 13 of them were hospitalized, mainly with the diagnosis of head injury, including five children.” All of them received the full medical aid, he noted.
“From Monday morning the medical staff continued the medical examination and treatment of the patients: the tests are being taken, the fundus of the eye is being examined - all is being done as it should be done at any medical institution,” Rets noted.
“After the morning medical examination we will decide on further treatment of the injured people,” the chief doctor said.
“The hospitalized people will be discharged only after the decision of the medical board of specialists and representatives of the health ministry of the Krasnodar Territory that are staying at the hospital all this time,” Rets said in conclusion.
Other 603 unwounded passengers are on the way towards the railway station Adler, where the special train Novosibirsk-Adler will bring them. The approximate time of arrival to the destination point is at about 12:00 Moscow time on Monday.