Rescued at a lake in Karelia children arrived in Moscow

Moscow schoolchildren saved on the Syamozero in Karelia, returned to the capital, reports “Interfax” from Vnukovo airport. The plane carrying them landed at 12.15 GMT.

In a press-service Ministry of emergency situations, the Agency in turn reported that on Board the plane were 33 children, that is, all rescued after turlava. The Ministry said that one of the boys was taken on a stretcher. According to doctors, accompanying children, the flight was fine.

The head EMERCOM of Russia Vladimir Puchkov said that the students will be additionally examined in a boarding house of veterans of war in the Central district of Konkovo. “In the boarding house are an integrated team of pediatricians, which will hold an additional examination for each child will determine the rehabilitation or treatment course. Someone might need some vitamins, someone more thorough examination or treatment in a hospital, someone with the professional support of the psychologist”, — said the Minister (quoted by “RIA Novosti”).

The incident occurred June 18, when 47 students and four adults went on a tourist alloy on the Syamozero on the raft and two boats. On the lake a storm came up, and both boats capsized. Killing 14 children, one of their bodies still not found.

Upon death of the students was prosecuted, under which detained five employees of the children’s camp, organized by the alloy.