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Russia takes farewell of crash victims

Yaroslavl : Russia | Sep 10, 2011 at 9:48 AM PDT
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Fans of Russian ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl lit candles during a commemorative service in Yaroslav

At the funeral in the town of Yaroslavl are also members of the German international's Robert Dietrich traveled, which is among the victims, Russian media reported on Saturday. Ceremony for the coffins were placed in the hall of the club locomotive. Soldiers formed a guard of honor guard of honor. Many people had tears in his eyes and remained in silent grief.

In the "Arena 2000" in Yaroslavl come together family members, friends and fans to commemorate the first league player of the locomotive crashed Yaroslavl. For days before the hall a lot of fans and thousands of citizens have placed flowers and given expression to their grief.

The disaster site will soon be erected a monument, said the governor of the territory, Sergei Bachrukow. It would deny the monument with fans and citizens. Yaroslavl is located approximately 280 kilometers northeast of Moscow.

In Moscow, meanwhile, doctors fought to further the lives of two survivors. The state of the player Alexander Galimow is more critical to a specialist clinic in the capital, allocated according to the Interfax news agency.Also, a crew member was treated further.

In the Yaroslavl region began after the accident, an official three-day mourning. Investigators continued to search for the cause of the crash. Specialists are far from a technical failure and pilot errors, such as the head of the local investigating agency, Oleg Lipatow, told reporters.

Was still unclear why the machine rolled out hundreds of feet above the runway onto the field, then when you lift did not reach the necessary height and eventually crashed. Experts hope to gain insight in evaluating the flight recorder. According to the relatives of Lipatow should be passed in the coming days and personal belongings of the killed passengers.

Yaroslavl locomotive had to pay after the death of the surviving players and losing large sums of money so that an entire annual budget, said Governor Bachrukow. Therefore, the Russian Railways RZD as club owners and the government will find new resources.

"We do everything possible to assemble a new team that will do justice to the memory of the dead," the governor said. These are players from other clubs in the Continental Hockey League (NHL) play in Yaroslavl.Dozens of athletes had agreed in recent days to do so.

After the crash of the Yak-a total of 45 people on board, and other disasters in the past weeks and months, ordered the Russian leadership to reconsider the aviation industry in the country generally.

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