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Freezing temperatures killed two people in Moscow overnight to Tuesday
Freezing temperatures killed two people in Moscow overnight to Tuesday, sources from the Moscow Health Department told Itar-Tass. Twelve people have been hospitalized with hypothermia, and six more received frostbites of different degree and are also in city hospitals, the Moscow health department reported. There are no children among victims of the worst cold spell over the past ten years, the sources said. Eight people died of hypothermia in Moscow last week, and 50 people were hospitalized. Twenty-one people had frostbite. Meanwhile, specialists from the Russian Meteorological Service forecast that temperatures in the Russian capital can drop to minus 30 degrees Celsius overnight to Wednesday, while daytime temperatures on Wednesday will not be lower minus 26 degrees.
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