Turkey releases 39 injured in Istanbul blast
39 victims of the November 13 attacks have been released from hospitals in Turkey.
Two victims of the terrorist attack in Istanbul on Sunday November 13 are in critical condition, while five are in intensive care. This was reported by TASS with reference to the Turkish Minister of Health. Fahrettin Koju.
According to Koji, 39 victims have already been discharged after receiving medical attention. 42 people live in medical institutions.
“Of the 42 people injured in the blast in Istiklal, five are undergoing treatment, two of them are in critical condition,” Koka said.
Eighth, Sunday, November 13, Istanbul authorities reported that four people were killed in an explosion in the center of the city. Turkish security forces called the incident a terrorist attack.
Later the President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan The death toll from the explosion in Istanbul has risen to six and the number of injured has risen to 53.
Turkey’s vice president said the number of people injured in the explosion in central Istanbul had risen to 81.
It was also reported that Turkish security forces were considering the terrorist attack version during the investigation of the November 13, 2022 explosion on the pedestrianized tourist street of Istiklal.
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