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As a result of a gas explosion in Tsnori wife and husband were burnt
17:21 24.07.2012
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As a result of a gas explosion in Tsnori, wife-husband, Vladimir, and Khatuna Khatiashvili got serious burn.

The injured are undergoing treatment at the burn center. Doctors said their condition is critical.

The wife and husband are currently in the intensive care unit. They have burned 70, and 85% percent of the bodies.

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