Volgograd Railway Station Injured Treated in Moscow
Seven people injured in Sunday’s explosion at a railway station in Volgograd are being treated in the Russian capital Moscow.
“All injured people, who have been carried to Moscow, have a good chance for recovery. Patients are in grave condition and need integrated treatment”, said the head of the Burns Center of the Vishnevsky Institute Andrei Alexeyev, quoted by ITAR-TASS.
A plane of the Emergency Situations Ministry is also being sent to Volgograd to evacuate some of the most seriously injured in Monday’s attack on a trolleybus.
The most probable version of the trolleybus blast in Volgograd is triggering an explosive device laid in the passenger compartment.