Two bus accident patients transferred from Sofia are stable and admitted to Skopje-based clinic for plastic and reconstructive surgery


A 17-year-old girl and a 49-year-old man who were injured in the Bulgaria bus accident earlier this week, have been admitted to the Skopje-based clinic for plastic and reconstructive surgery, said the Ministry of Health on Saturday.

Health Minister Venko Filipche, who was at the clinic to greet the patients, said earlier that both are stable and have suffered minor injuries.

“The patients will be held for observation and assessment, followed by their release for home treatment. Psychiatric assistance will also be provided, since this is now of paramount importance. Therefore, we are fully prepared to take over these patients for continuation of their treatment,” said Minister Filipche.

The Ministry says the other five patients treated in Sofia will be released in stages, depending on their condition. According to announcements, three other patients are scheduled to arrive on Monday.

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