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SOCHI, July 8 (Itar-Tass) - Passengers of the Novosibirsk-Adler train, which crashed on the section in Krasnodar Territory, continue to seek medical treatment, chief doctor of Sochi ER Soso Meboniya told Itar-Tass on Monday.
A woman, who was going to the village of Lazarevskoye from Novosibirsk, was hospitalized with cranio-cerebral traumas and cerebral concussion. Another woman, 65, who went out of the train at Loo, was hospitalized in the city hospital № 5, Dagomys, the chief doctor said.
“Other five people sought medical assistance in Adlder. Everyone has been provided medical aid,” Meboniya said.
The train crashed on the section between Kyslyakovskaya and Krylovskaya at 5.10 p.m. Moscow time.
The Healthcare Ministry reported that the crash hit 108 people, including eight children. Fifteen people have been hospitalized at once. However, two people gave up hospitalization.
In addition, the chief doctor said, “We’ve started discharging passengers from hospital. We’ll discharge 12 people, including five children. All patients feel well.”