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MOSCOW, December 31. /ITAR-TASS/. The medics are preparing two more people wounded in the terrorist acts in the southern Russian city of Volgograd to be airlifted to Moscow for treatment, chief doctor of the Volgograd hospital number 25 Alexander Popov said on Tuesday.
“An airplane of Russia’s Federal Medico-Biological Agency has landed now and two patients will be prepared for airlifting to the clinics of the Federal Medico-Biological Agency in Moscow. I expect reanimobiles to arrive from the airport in a few minutes,” he said live on the Rossiya-24 TV channel.
Two terrorist acts were staged in the city of Volgograd in the past few days. On Sunday, December 29, the extremists picked up a railway station in the city as a target of their suicide bomb attack and a suicide bomber blasted a trolleybus on Monday, December 30. According to updated reports, 33 people were killed and more than 70 people were wounded in the terrorist acts.
A Russian emergency airplane has brought seven people wounded in the suicide bomb attack in the city of Volgograd to Moscow overnight to Tuesday. Five wounded women and two injured men were airlifted to the Russian capital for treatment, head of the information department of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations Alexei Vagutovich said. Thus, the number of wounded people brought to Moscow clinics reached 15 and other 50 wounded people are being treated at the local hospitals, the Volgograd city authorities said.