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Fragments of bodies of all victims of An-26 crash found in Kamchatka

Fragments of bodies of all victims of An-26 crash found in Kamchatka
Photo: 41.mchs.gov.ru

Rescuers found fragments of the bodies of all 28 victims of the AN-26 plane crash in Kamchatka. They will be sent for DNA examination.

As the TASS with reference to emergency services, the air rescuers managed to get into a hard-to-reach place on the rock where the AN-26 plane fell. One deceased was identified by a tattoo, four bodies can be identified without a DNA examination.

At the crash site of the An-26 passenger plane near Palana, rescuers found "Black boxes"... One of them is badly damaged - there is no information processing and storage unit. It will not be possible to decrypt the information without the lost block.

The crash with the An-26 plane took place on 6 July. Plane left the radar nine kilometers away from destination airport: he followed from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky to Palana... In total, there were 28 people on board - six crew members and 22 passengers, including two minors. They all died. The region announced three days of mourning.

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