Three Russian tourists have still been in life-threatening condition after a tour bus carrying Russian tourists skidded off a highway and fell off a bridge in southern province of Antalya on Tuesday.
Abdullah Erdogan, head doctor of Antalya's Akdeniz University Hospital, said that two more tourists were discharged from hospital.
"Our efforts are under way to keep alive Mariya Ashikmina who has been put on respiratory support," he said.
Meanwhile, Natalia Chumak, 26, and Vadim Dahilanko, 34, are also in critical condition.
Fifteen people including 13 Russian tourists were killed and 26 others were injured when the bus broke through iron barriers, flipped over and fell onto its roof in a river bed. It was traveling from the resort town of Alanya to the Pamukkale waterfall in the southwestern province of Denizli.
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