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MOSCOW, October 11 (Itar-Tass) - The Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations has published a list of 40 Russians injured in a recent bus accident in Thailand. There were 41 passengers, including four children, on the bus. One tourist, the 62-year-old Svetlana Simonenko, is dead.
Thirty-five people have been taken to hospital.
The Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations has opened a hotline: 8-800-775-17-17 for the victims’ relatives.
Irina Rossius, a spokeswoman for the Russian Emergencies Ministry, has said that the Ministry is ready to send a plane to Thailand to evacuate the tourists hurt in the accident for treatment in Russia.