January 01, 2014 16:49
Six people hurt in Volgograd terrorist attacks remain in critical condition - source
MOSCOW. Jan 1 (Interfax) - The six people hurt in the Volgograd terrorist attacks remain in critical condition, a source in the healthcare authorities told Interfax.
The two terrorist attacks hurt 106 people, of which 73 were hospitalized in Volgograd, the source said.
Sixty-four people, including six people in critical condition, remained hospitalized as of Wednesday. Five people are being treated as outpatients. Eighteen people have been transferred to Moscow clinics.
The two terrorist attacks killed 34 people. One of the victims has not been identified, the source said. No genetic tests have yet been performed on the suicide bomber who carried out the terrorist attack in the Volgograd railway station.
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