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25 million rubles will be spent on payments to victims of the accident in Transbaikalia

25 million rubles will be spent on payments to victims of the accident in Transbaikalia
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All victims, as well as families of those killed as a result of an accident with a passenger bus in the Sretensky district, will receive monetary compensation. For these purposes, the regional authorities will allocate about 25-27 million rubles from the reserve fund of the Trans-Baikal government.

As reported and. deputy chairman of the regional government Andrei Kefer, the families of the victims will be paid one million rubles each, medium and severely injured will be given 400 thousand, and mildly injured - 200 thousand rubles. Money will be transferred as soon as possible.

According to the press service of the regional government, now there is a disaster medicine sanitation aircraft in Nerchinsk, specialists are conducting an additional examination of the victims, two people are preparing for evacuation. In Shilka, an additional consultation with specialists from the Burdenko Institute of Neurosurgery will be held for victims.

Passenger bus Sretensk - Chita flew off the bridge across the Quenga River on December 1. He rolled over and fell, 19 people died, 21 received various injuries. Granbird, in which there were 43 passengers and drivers, belonged to an individual entrepreneur. The Investigative Committee opened a criminal case.

The situation is controlled by the Russian Ministry of Health and personally by Tatyana Golikova. Vice Prime Minister - Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev instructed the Embassy take control the course of the investigation into the causes of the incident and provide assistance to the victims and families of the victims. The Governor of the Trans-Baikal Territory Alexander Osipov announced 2 December day of mourning for those killed in the accident.

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