The boy who went missing after the tragedy on the Syamozero may get lost in the woods, said the head of the regional Department of emergency situations Sergei Shugaev, reports “Interfax”.
“There is an opinion that the boy finally got to the shoreline, then went into the forest and for various reasons could just be confused, go astray, err. So we took an overall width of up to one kilometer and now we pass a chain using all forces and means. MIA attracts its handlers. I hope the boy still survived and is on land,” — said Shugaev.
As noted Shugaev, rescuers are going to study 23 km offshore in a depth of one kilometer before the end of the day.
On June 18 Syamozero in Karelia killed 14 children aged 12 to 15 years, came to the camp of “the Park hotel “Syamozero”. It happened when a group of 47 children and four chaperones went to rafting on the lake, at this time the storm began. MOE found out about the tragedy only the next day.
In this fourteenth child has not been found yet. Earlier, during his search for water, Ministry of emergency situations found a life jacket.
The investigative Committee (SK) opened a criminal case under part 3 of article 238 of the RF criminal code (fulfillment of works or rendering services not meeting safety requirements, entailing death of two or more persons). It was later opened another case under part 3 of article 293 of the criminal code (negligence, entailed on imprudence death of two and more persons), they were United in one manufacture.
On Tuesday, the Petrozavodsk court of Karelia arrested a camp Director Elena Reshetova and her Deputy, Vadim Vinogradov. The instructor, who was with the children, was released in the courtroom. He said that the campaign, which killed children, was organized at the direction of the Deputy Director of the camp Vinogradov and refuse to carry out his instructions, the instructor could not.
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