The condition of the youngest of the known victims, a 15-year-old girl, has been improving, the deputy head of Children’s Hospital No. 19, where the girl is being treated, told TASS.
“There is no threat to the girl’s life. Her condition is moderately severe. She is stable, healing up well,” Anna Medvedeva said.
The girl’s grandmother was also injured as result of the blast, but she refused to be hospitalized and the children’s hospital allowed her to stay in the ward together with her granddaughter. The girl has suffered a traumatic brain injury and burns.