MOSCOW, December 31 (RIA Novosti) – The death toll from two suicide bombings in the Russian city of Volgograd climbed to 34 Tuesday after two of over a hundred injured victims died, officials said.
The two separate explosions ripped through Volgograd’s train station on Sunday and a trolleybus on Monday.
Initial reports said 17 people were killed in Sunday’s blast, but one of the many injured in that attack died last night, the Emergencies Ministry said Tuesday. Another injured victim of the trolley bus bombing was reported dead by Tuesday afternoon raising the death toll in that attack to 16, according to healthcare officials.
Monday's attack was the third in the southern city in the past two months, and comes just weeks before Russia is due to host the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in February in the city of Sochi.
The two attacks left over a hundred injured, including 65 people hospitalized.
No one has yet claimed responsibility for the two latest explosions.
Updated with another death