Source Pravda.Ru

28 former hostages remain in 1st Hospital of Veterans

As many as 28 people from-among the former hostages are still staying in the 1st hospital of the Great Patriotic War situated in Melnikov street straight opposite to the building of the Theatre Centre.

The lists of the freed hostages who are undergoing a course of medical treatment are hanging near the entrance.

The Theatre Centre in Dubrovka is surrounded with metal fence. Commandos and policemen are on duty at the entrance of the Centre and near the broken windows. Special groups of dog handlers are also on duty there.

Beginning from the morning, Muscovites with flowers come to the Theatre Centre.

Motor traffic in Melnikov Street is still blocked but no jams have been registered on the near-by streets.

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