Bek Air crash victims to be discharged soon - Health Ministry

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Bek Air crash victims to be discharged soon - Health Ministry

Bek Air crash victims to be discharged soon - Health Ministry


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The victims of the crash of a Bek Air airline near Almaty will soon be discharged from hospitals. This was announced by Vice Minister of Health Olzhas Abishev at a press conference in the CCS, reports.

"After the crash, all patients were hospitalized in the medical organizations of Almaty and Nur-Sultan. All the necessary medical care was provided. Now all patients have a good dynamics. Not a single deterioration is observed. Everyone is in a positive state, and in the near future they will be discharged from medical organizations," Olzhas Abishev said.

The vice minister noted that among the victims there were children under 18 years of age.

"They were also hospitalized in a medical institution. Everyone has a stable condition; they have been transferred from an extremely difficult condition to stable. They are under the supervision of doctors. There are no threats to life," he concluded.

Recall that on December 27, 2019, a Bek Air plane crashed outside the airport in the Almaty region; there were 95 passengers on board. The deaths of 12 people were officially confirmed. According to the RK MIID, the airplane collided with a two-story building.

At the instruction of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, a government commission was created, headed by Prime Minister Askar Mamin. Elbasy Nursultan Nazarbayev expressed his condolences to the families of those killed in the crash.

Then a complete list of passengers of the crashed plane was published.

Later, an emergency meeting was held at the Akorda residence, where the Head of State gave a number of instructions in connection with the incident.


Ekaterina Eliseyeva

14:22, 6 January 2020



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