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VOLGOGRAD, December 30, 4:06 /ITAR-TASS/. The conditions of two victims of the terrorist act in Volggrad is extremely serious and prognosis about them is "complicated", Health Minister Veronika Skvortsova told journalists here on Monday.
She visited Hospital 25 where 20 victims of the blast were brought. Three of them have died, and one was discharged from hospital.
"The condition of two victims in this hospital is estimated as extremely serious. They suffer from multiple injuries of internal organs," Skvortsova said. "In view of this, prognosis is highly compicated. We may expect an unfavourable outcome," the Minister added.
She said 14 surgical operations had been performed in the hospital. "The operations were successful and improved prognosis for these patients," Skvortsova said.
She said she would visit at night the other three clinics where blast victims had been brought.