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Armenian wounded in explosion at Christmas fair in Lviv deceased

The 50-year-old man had 50 percent of his skin burned; he suffered kidney failure and strong intoxication after the explosion on December 22
08:04, 2 January 2019

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The 50-year-old citizen of Armenia passed away at the 8th city clinical hospital in Lviv; as one of the victims of the explosion on Christmas fair in Lviv, he's been in the hospital's intensive care unit since December 22. Lviv city hall's press office reported that on late Tuesday.

The man's condition was grave, so he spent all the time in the intensive care. 

'We managed to cope with the burn shock, but the next stage, which starts at the skin burn rate exceeding 20 percent, is the intoxication. His lab tests results worsened since yesterday, and he developed kidney failure. Unfortunately, due to the heavy massive burns, he suffered a strong intoxication. The man had 50 percent of his body burned', Ihor Stoyanovsky, the hospital's Deputy Chief Medical Doctor for Surgical Assistance said.

Lviv city hall expressed condolences to the family and relatives of the deceased citizen.

Related: Christmas fair caught fire in Lviv, casualties reported

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