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"It was not possible to save the life of one of the two patients who were in critical condition,”

In a briefing with reporters, the Minister of Health of Armenia, Anahit Avanesyan, spoke about the current health condition of the persons who were injured in the explosion at a gas station on the Yerevan-Sevan motorway recently.

"It was not possible to save the life of one of the two patients who were in critical condition; the health condition of the other one is still critical," said the minister.

According to her, the injuries of the rest are not life-threatening.

"We have positive dynamics for the rest of the patients who had sustained moderate burns. They will continue the treatment process, but we can already be unworried for them," Avanesyan added.

On June 6, at 11:14 p.m., the Armenian National Center for Crisis Management was reported that an explosion and a resultant fire had occurred at a gas station on the Yerevan-Sevan motorway. As a result, seven people were hospitalized with injuries of various degrees. One of them was discharged from hospital after receiving medical treatment.

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