Dozens of Moscow residents and visitors turned to doctors with nervous breakdowns and heart attacks after two early morning blasts in the capital's subway, a medical source said.
Two blasts in Moscow's subway stations Lubyanka and Park Kultury occurred during rush hour with an interval of 40 minutes, the first one at approximately 8:00 a.m. Moscow time (5:00 GMT). At least 35 people died and another 33 were injured in the attacks.
The source said that due to the terrorist attacks many people had suffered nervous breakdowns.
"Some 50 people turned to doctors for medical help," the source said adding that most of the claims were due to heart attacks and nervous breakdowns.
He said that these are people who were not direct victims during the attacks, but were witnesses of the explosions.
MOSCOW, March 29 (RIA Novosti)