33 people seek medical attention after bus explosion in Volgograd

According to the latest data, a female suicide bomber has claimed the lives of six people and 33 people have sought medical attention, including eight in intensive care, Russian Investigative Committee spokesman Vladimir Markin said.

According to the latest data, a female suicide bomber has claimed the lives of six people and 33 people have sought medical attention, including eight in intensive care, Russian Investigative Committee spokesman Vladimir Markin said.

"According to the latest data, six people, excluding Naida Asiyalova herself, have died in the explosion," Markin said.

According to the available information, 33 people have sought medical attention and 28 of them have been hospitalized, including eight in the intensive care.

"Many of those injured are in extremely serious condition," Markin said.

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