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Over 140 subway bomb casualties remaining in hospital
As many as 142 people continued receiving hospital treatment for wounds sustained in last week`s subway bomb attack on April 18, according to the health ministry.
Twenty of them were said to be in serious condition, while 21 had moderate wounds and 108 light injuries.
The ministry stressed that all of the health institutions treating the bombing casualties had a sufficient supply of dressing, medicines and donated blood.
Psychologists offered counseling to the casualties and their relatives at all of the hospitals.
More than 200 people were hurt when a bomb ripped through the Kastrychnitskaya subway station in Minsk during the peak rush hour on April 11. At least 13 people have died due to bombing-related injuries. //BelaPAN