The victim in Buryatia schoolgirl restored fingers

© RIA Novosti / the Investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation in the Republic to Barathipuram in fotomontagen on a school in the village of Sosnovy Bor in Ulan-Ude. 19 January 2018The victim in Buryatia schoolgirl restored fingers© RIA Novosti / the Investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation in the Republic to Barathipuram the image Bank

Surgery to repair the fingers of the girl who suffered the attack of a teenager on a school in Buryatia, lasted six hours, the doctors give favorable prognosis recovery, reported the press Secretary of the emergency hospital Dora hamaganova.

She also posted a video review Golany, who believes that the probability of recovery is big. «We made all the vessels of the affected fingers… the blood flow restored,» he said.

The attack on the pupils of the seventh grade of school # 5 in the district Sosnovy Bor the city of Ulan-Ude took place on Friday. According to the official information of the RF IC, the student of 9th class was thrown into the study of Russian language and literature a bottle with an incendiary mix, and then attacked the students and the teacher. According to the latest data, injured seven people, including the attacker himself, the teacher and students. A criminal case on grounds of crimes under articles «attempt at murder of two and more persons committed in respect of minors» and «negligence».

This information was confirmed by the health Ministry of the Russian Federation. «Surgeon of the Institute. Turner Ministry of health of Russia carried out the operation, which allowed to restore circulation in the hand of a girl who was injured in the attack at the school. The operation lasted about 6 hours and was carried out under the microscope. Surgeon connected vessels, tendons and nerves in the hand girl, which gives hope for further recovery functions of the hand», — stated in the message.

Earlier leading specialists from several Federal agencies were directed in Ulan-Ude on behalf of the Minister of health of Russia Veronika Skvortsova to assist regional colleagues in determining the course affected by the attack on the school children.

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