Source Pravda.Ru

522 former Theater Center hostages have been released from Moscow hospitals

According to Moscow Public Health Department press secretary Lyubov Zhomova, by 9 a.m. Moscow time on Tuesday, 522 former Theater Center on Dubrovka hostages have been released from various Moscow hospitals.

Zhomova said that 129 people are still undergoing medical treatment, three of those are children and six are foreign nationals. Six people are still reported to be in "grave condition". She also mentioned that the number of casualties remained at 120 people.

On October 26th, 644 people were hospitalised in 18 different medical facilities around Moscow as a result of the tragic events in the Theater Center in Dubrovka.

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