Federal Passenger Company JSC (FPK) is checking the food poisoning situation of more than 50 children on the Moscow-Kislovodsk train. The agency of city news "Moscow" was informed about it in the press service of the company.
“On July 15, 2018, in the course of an organized group of children of 300 people traveling by train 144 Moscow-Kislovodsk on the Ryazan-Rostov-on-Don route, a number of children complained of malaise. At the Rossosh station, they were examined by the arrived medical workers, who assessed the children's condition as satisfactory. Relay observation was organized along the train route. Upon arrival in Rostov-on-Don, one child was hospitalized. At present, a check is being carried out on this situation,”the press service said.
Earlier, the press service of the Moscow Interregional Transport Prosecutor's Office (MMTP) reported that MMTP organized an inspection in connection with food poisoning of children traveling on a train from Moscow to Kislovodsk.
In addition, earlier, Elena Markovskaya, senior assistant to the head of the Moscow Interregional Investigation Directorate for Transport of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, told the Moscow City News Agency that the investigation had opened a criminal case into the mass food poisoning of children on the Moscow-Kislovodsk train.