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MOSCOW, December 30. /ITAR-TASS/. The nine-year-old girl, who fell victim to Sunday's terrorist act at the railway terminal in Volgograd, has a favorable prognosis for rehabilitation, Andrei Alexeyev, head of the burn therapy center of the Vishnevsky research institute, told journalists on Monday.
"The original data on her extremely serious condition have not been confirmed, luckily. She has a prognosis favorable enough," he said.
Valery Kubyshkin, director of the Vishnevsky research institute, said, for his part, that the condition of the policeman, who was injured during the terrorist act at the railway terminal in Volgograd, is estimated as being moderately grave. "His condition is closer to moderate severity. The mood is rather optimistic. All indicators are within the limits of the permissible," he said.