Yaroslavl plane crash: list of dead published

Yaroslavl plane crash: list of dead published

07 Sep 2011 | Davide Tuniz

The National Center for Crisis Management Emergency Situations published an official list of victims in the tragic airplane crash earlier today.

 
 
 
 
National Center for Crisis Management Emergency Situations published the official list of victims in Yaroslavl airplane crash. Forward Aleksandr Galimov and flight attendant Aleksandr Sizov are hospitalized. Galimov suffered burns in 80% of body and has already undergone surgery. News of his death was denied by hospital.

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Vitali Anikeenko
Mikhail Balandin
Aleksandr Vasyunov
Josef Vašíček
Aleksandr Viyukhin
Pavol Demitra (Slovakia)
Robert Dietrich (Germany)
Marat Kalimulin
Alexander Kalyanin
Andriy Kiryukhin
Nikita Klyukin
Stefan Liv (Sweden)
Jan Marek (Czech Republic)
Sergei Ostapchuk (Belarus)
Karel Rachunek (Captain) (Czech Republic)
Ruslan Salei (Belarus)
Karlis Skrastins, (Latvia)
Pavel Snurnitsin
Daniil Sobchenko
Ivan Tkachenko
Pavel Trakhanov
Gennady Churilov
Maksim Shuvalov
Artem Yarchuk
Yuri Urychev
 

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Yuri Bakhvalov
Aleksandr Belyaev
Andrei Zimin
Aleksandr Karpovtsev
Igor Korolev
Nikolai Krivonosov
Evgeny Kunnov
Vyacheslav Kuznetsov
Brad McCrimmon (Canada) - head coach
Vladimir Piskunov
Evgeny Sidorov

Seven members of the flight crew also died in the crash
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