/RIA Novosti) Dozens of Moscow residents and visitors turned to doctors with nervous breakdowns and heart attacks after two early morning bomb blasts in the capital's subway, a hospital source said.
The blasts in Moscow's Lubyanka and Park Kultury subway stations occurred during rush hour, killing at least 35 people and injuring over 30.
Many people suffered nervous breakdowns after the attacks. The source said: 'Some 50 people turned to doctors for medical help.' He said these people were witnesses of the blasts.