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MOSCOW, July 15 (Itar-Tass) - All 18 people who died in an awful road accident in the Podolsk district are identified, the press service of the Russian Health Ministry reported on Monday.
“As a result of the road accident 18 people, including a child, died. On July 13-14 the bureau of forensic expertise in Moscow and the Moscow Region conducted a forensic expertise and the identification of the victims of the road accident. All casualties are identified,” the press service said. One of casualties is a Ukrainian citizen.
As many as 31 people, including a child, are undergoing treatment at the hospitals in Moscow and the Moscow Region.
Eight people, three of them in heavy condition, four in moderately heavy condition and one person in satisfactory condition were brought to the Podolsk central district hospital.
As many as 23 people are being cured at the Moscow hospitals: the city hospitals number seven, 12, 20, 64, the clinic of children’s surgery and traumatology, the Sklifosovsky First Aid Clinic, the Pirogov first clinical hospital. Nine people are in heavy condition. Eight people are in moderately heavy condition, six people are in relatively satisfactory condition.
Two hospitalized bus passengers have the citizenship of Tajikistan and the KAMAZ driver is an Armenian national.
As a result of the road accident 64 people were wounded, including four children (35 people were hospitalized, including a child, 11 patients were given an outpatient treatment, 18 people died in the road accident).
Nine ambulances from Podolsk, three medical brigades from the regional emergency medicine centre, 30 ambulances from Moscow and five medical brigades from the Moscow health department went to the road accident site. The first ambulances arrived to the road accident site 11 minutes after the road accident, the Health Ministry recalled.