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MOSCOW, July 18 (Itar-Tass) - A total of 32 people, including one child, continue treatment at Moscow and Moscow Region hospitals after the traffic accident near Podolsk on July 13, the Healthcare Ministry’s press service reported on Thursday.
“Out of the total number of the injured eight people are in grave condition, 11 people’s condition is moderately severe while 13 people are in satisfactory condition,” the press service said.
23 people are at Moscow hospitals and nine people are hospitalized at the Podolsk Central Clinic.
A total of 18 people died. Four people died at hospitals and 35 people were hospitalized in the traffic accident near Podolsk on July 13. Totally, 64 people, including four children, were injured.