In the Amur region, two minor sisters died presumably from poisoning by an unknown substance, their brother hospitalized. About it reports “Interfax” with reference to the press service of the regional government.

According to the press service of the Investigative Committee of Russia in the region, sisters ages 5 and 13 years, died yesterday, October 20, at the ambulance on the way from the village Talali Svobodnensky the hospital.

It was established that both girls died from a hemorrhage in the adrenal glands. Their 12-year-old brother taken to the regional infectious diseases hospital. As told by the main infectious diseases in the Amur region Elena Sayapina, quoted by “Interfax”, the bleeding can be due to diphtheria, scarlet fever, streptococcal sepsis. “According to the data that we have today, perhaps poisoning an unknown poison, drugs,” said the doctor.

The exact cause of death of girls set medical examiners.
The third condition of the child satisfactory. According to doctors, the boy
“in consciousness, eating, drinking, active.”

Upon the death of children by the Department for investigation of particularly important cases
investigatory management SK of Russia across the Amur region under
preliminary examination.

As reported, the hemorrhage in the adrenal glands was the cause of death
in early October four-year old boy, who came with
parents in the Amur region to visit relatives from Bratsk.

The doctors concluded that the child had the most severe, extremely
unfavorable form of meningococcal infection, in which children
die for a period of from 30 minutes to several hours. Diagnosis of the syndrome
Waterhouse-Friderichsen (lightning meningococcemia) when
there is hemorrhage in the adrenal glands, circulatory collapse and
hemorrhage in all organs.

In the Amur region two girls died, poisoned by unknown substance 21.10.2016

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