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The bodies of dead sailors from the "Alexander" arrived in Russia

The bodies of four Russian sailors who died off the coast of South Korea, a shipwreck ship "Alexander", delivered to Vladivostok and Khabarovsk. The funeral held Monday and Tuesday.

The bodies of dead sailors from the "Alexander" arrived in Russia
25 February 2011 - 23:07

The bodies of four Russian sailors who died off the coast of South Korea, a shipwreck ship "Alexander", delivered to Vladivostok and Khabarovsk. The funeral held Monday and Tuesday.

 Two of the victims came from Nakhodka.  Vadim Konoplev was born in 1965, the second ship's mechanic, and Olga Dorosina born in 1979 - barmaid vessel. Two other victims - from Khabarovsk: Chef Maria Parshin, born in 1962 and the trainee electrician Andrew Sakhonenko born in 1959, told ITAR-TASS the chairman of the Far Eastern regional organization of the Russian Seamen's Union Nikolai Sukhanov.

Ship with a cargo timber left on January 9 from Nakhodka in Japan, hence the ship headed for its last voyage to China for recycling. The incident occurred with a cargo vessel on Feb. 9 to 16 miles from the South Korean port of Ulsan. "Alexander" was faced with a South Korean container ship capacity. Steam-ship split into two parts, feed, in which there are cabins, sank immediately at a depth of 140 meters.  Foreship afloat until February 13 and on the same day went to the bottom at a depth of 92 meters.

The crew of "Alexander" consisted of twelve Russian sailors. escaped, only 33-year-old sailor Ruslan Drichev of Nakhodka. Four killed, seven missing. Their search for the Coast Guard of the Republic of Korea led by 19 February, but nobody has found .

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