According to the Russian Health Ministry, 41 people were hurt in the Volgograd trolley bus explosion on Monday.

"There is information that 41 people were hurt by the explosion, of which 27 have been hospitalized, the ministry press service told Interfax.

The terrorist attack killed 14 people, of which 11 died at the scene and three died on their way to the hospital, the Health Ministry said.

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