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MOSCOW, January 03, 11:19 /ITAR-TASS/. Sixty-five people injured in two suicide bombings in the southern Russian city of Volgograd are still in city clinics as well as in clinics of Moscow, the deputy governor of the Volgograd region, Vassily Galushkin, said on Friday.
“As of today, 47 people are in Volgograd clinics, and 18 people undergo medical treatment at Moscow hospitals,” he told a telephone conference at the Ministry for Emergency Situations.
He said plans were to airlift two more injured people to Moscow onboard a plane of the Federal Medical-Biological Agency.
Thirty-four people were killed in two suicide bombings on December 29 and 30 at the central railway station and on a trolleybus in the Volga River city of Volgograd.