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63 people involved in the Beslan hostage taking have died in hospitals
The North Ossetian Health Ministry has told RIA Novosti that 63 people involved in the Beslan hostage taking have died from their serious wounds in the republic's hospitals. At 12:00 Moscow time, ten people remained in a critical condition in intensive care. According to the ministry, 70 people have been discharged after receiving treatment. The North Ossetian Health Ministry informed RIA Novosti earlier that 477 former hostages, including 223 children, were being cared for in the republic's hospitals. "Most of the children are in the republic's children's hospital," the famous paediatrician, Leonid Roshal, told RIA in a telephone interview. According to him, doctors have everything they need to treat the children. "Very qualified people are working here," he said. "I have examined virtually all the children," the doctor continued. "The majority of them have wounds that are not life threatening, but there are some seriously ill [children]." In his opinion, there is no need to transfer these children to hospitals in other regions of the country. "There are also children in hospital who are not wounded, but who are in shock, and children with cuts and bruises," Dr Roshal said before adding that psychologists are currently working with the children.
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