The state of Tatyana Moiseyeva, a flight attendant of the Il-86 airliner crashed on July 28th near the Sheremetyevo airport, is stable.
Deputy Director of the Sklifosovsky First Aid Institute Mikhail Abakumov said about this on Wednesday. After she was operated in connection with intraliver hematoma that was not immediately detected, she was moved to a recovery unit. According to the Head of the Institute, she is gradually recovering.
Tatyana Moiseyeva was admitted to hospital with the fracture of the left forearm, slight brain concussion and body injuries and burns. She is in consciousness, but she needs psychotherapy as she suffered a nervous shock. Doctors forecast that Tatyana will stay in the Sklifosovsky Institute for 3-4 weeks.
The state of Arina Vinogradova, the other flight attendant who survived by miracle, is satisfactory. It was said in the Botkin hospital, where Arina is being treated, that, probably, she will be discharged in about two weeks.
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