Source Pravda.Ru

Two Doctors Enter the Theatre

Their task is to rescue the life of a young man

02:29 MSK. One of the hostages had an acute condition of appendicitis. His life was seriously threatened. The negotiators asked the terrorists to release him, though the terrorists were uncompromising.

When the situation became critical, the terrorists admitted doctors with necessary tool kit to the ill hostage with the condition the medical assistance be rendered in the building. Two ambulances drove up to the theater. The doctors entered the building.

Two doctors brought out the sick hostage and brought him to the ambulance. It is unknown whether he is alive. PRAVDA.Ru

Translated by Vera Solovieva

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