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Posted by: Mazur Rodica
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12 Feb. 2019 / 19:14
The Moldovans who remained alive after the Viniţa accident have returned home
The two Moldovans who remained alive after the accident in Ukraine have arrived in the country today. Victims were transported to Chisinau by two SMURD crews, Moldova 1 reports.
The two Moldovans, a 29-year-old woman and a 32-year-old man, who have been traumatized, have been admitted to the Emergency Medical Institute in the capital for medical care.
"They are going to be subject to additional medical investigations, then doctors will decide whether patients will be hospitalized in the clinic," said Cristina Gorea, spokesperson for the Institute of Emergency Medicine.
Patients were monitored by SMURD physicians and paramedics.
"During transportation, they were strictly supervised. The condition is stable, satisfactory," said Dumitru Carasev, head of the SMURD.
Two other Moldovans who have suffered trauma have refused hospitalization. The minibus, with 12 Moldovans on board, collided with a truck at the entrance to Viniţa, Ukraine. After the impact, three people died and four were traumatized. All expenses for transportation of victims were covered by the Government of the Republic of Moldova.