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MOSCOW, October 30 (Itar-Tass) - An airplane with two people injured in a terrorist act in the city of Volgograd on the Volga River flied to Moscow for a highly technological medical aid, the press service of the Russian Health Ministry reported on Wednesday.
“The injured people will be taken to the Vishnevsky Surgery Institute. The women patients have associated blast injuries, they are estimated to be in grave condition,” the press service said. The medics from the all-Russia emergency medicine centre Zashchita of the Health Ministry and the emergency group Tsentrospas are accompanying them in the flight.
Four patients, who were previously taken to the hospital in Moscow, are in moderately grave condition and two of them are being treated at the burn treatment centre of the Vishnevsky Surgery Institute and two of them are being cured at the Priorov Central Institute of Traumatology and Orthopaedics. “One more patient, who was evacuated to Moscow by the territorial emergency medicine centre in Volgograd Region, was taken to the Moscow Helmholtz Eye Diseases Institute,” the Health Ministry stated.
The terrorist act in Volgograd, which suicide bomber Naida Asiyalova committed, killed six people and injured more than 40 people. Four of them were evacuated for treatment in Moscow by an emergency airplane on the same day.