Source Pravda.Ru

184 former hostages, including 6 children are still in Moscow hospitals

Another fifty hostages were discharged from the Moscow hospitals during the past 24 hours.

The press service of the Moscow Health Committee reported on Thursday that none of the victims had died.

As of 9.00 Moscow time on Thursday there remained 184 former hostages, including 6 children in the Moscow hospitals. Doctors evaluate the condition of 8 of them as grave.

According to the Moscow health committee, altogether 664 victims were brought to the hospitals after the storming of the building of the Dubrovka Theatre Centre on Saturday, October 26. Altogether 468 people were discharged from hospital since; 119 people died as a result of the operation to release the hostages.

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