Source Pravda.Ru

A plane with a mobile hospital, medical staff and medicines sent by the Russian ministry of emergencies has arrived in Mozdok

On Saturday, a transport plane with a mobile hospital, medical personnel and medicines for the victims of the terrorist act in Grozny has arrived from Moscow to Mozdok.

According to sources in the Ministry of Emergencies, the IL-76 transport plane carried a group of operatives from the Ministry of Emergencies, a mobile hospital from the Rescue Center in Moscow numbering 36 people and 10 doctors from the Medical Center for Emergencies.

There are also some operatives from the Center for high-risk rescue operations "Lider" among the rescue workers.

In addition, the plane has transported medical supplies for the victims of the terrorist act.

As deputy head of the Ministry of Emergencies Gennady Korotkin reported earlier, this plane could be used later to evacuate gravely wounded.

Rescue workers from Chechnya, Ingushetia, North Ossetia and Daghestan, and also units from the Russian Defense and Interior Ministries are working on the site of the tragedy. The total number of rescue personnel is 336 people. 47 vehicles are involved in the rescue operation as well.

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