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MOSCOW, January 03, /ITAR-TASS/. Two people, who were injured during the terrorist acts in Volgograd, have been carried to Moscow for medical treatment, the Healthcare Ministry’s press service told Itar-Tass.
They will be taken to the Clinical Hospital · 119 of the Federal Medical-Biological Agency and to the Research Clinical Centre of Medical Care and Medical Technologies, the press service said.
At least 45 injured people are in hospitals in Volgograd. Two people are in critical condition; two people are in grave condition; the condition of six people is considered moderately severe; thirty-five people are in satisfactory condition.
Twenty people are undergoing medical treatment in Moscow’s medical institutions. Two people are in critical condition. Eight people are in grave condition. Nine people’s condition is considered moderately severe and one people is in satisfactory condition, the press service said.
“The condition of two girls from Volgograd is considered heavily stable. Both girls are in intensive care units. The condition is controlled by doctors,” chief doctor of the Russian Children’s Clinical Hospital Nikolai Vaganov said.
Totally, 66 people are undergoing medical treatments in Volgograd and Moscow. According to preliminary reports, another three people are being prepared for evacuation. The exact time and the number of injured people will be specified late in the day.
Two explosions occurred in Volgograd within two days. On Sunday, December 29, 2013, a railway station was exploded. On Monday, December 30, extremists blasted a trolley-bus. Thirty-four people were hit by the terrorist acts.