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Injured in explosion at Zaporizhia church to get free medical care and material aid

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July 30, 2010, 3:35 p.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine

The victims of the explosion are to get free medical care.

Those injured in an explosion at the Intercession Church in Zaporizhia will be given material aid, Chairman of Zaporizhia City State Administration Borys Petrov has said. "The victims of the explosion are to get free medical care. We have also resolved the issue of providing them with material aid. We will allocate Hr 1,000 to those hospitalized and Hr 700 to outpatients," the press and information department of Zaporizhia City State Administration cited Petrov as saying on Friday, July 30.

According to him, at the moment four people are being treated in hospital and four others are receiving outpatient treatment.
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