All victims of the two explosions Monday at the cemetery in Yessentuki (a town in the Stavropol Territory, southern Russia) are now in a satisfactory condition. RIA Novosti learned Tuesday that all of them had been successfully operated on at a city hospital. The four patients brought to the hospital immediately after the blasts are currently receiving treatment in its traumatic department. Doctors say that their lives are out of danger. As was reported earlier, the blasts claimed the life of Anait Muradyan, 62, who received a penetrating wound in the neck. The other victims were hospitalised with wounds in their legs. A criminal investigation has been opened.
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