Source Pravda.Ru

Search group finds aircrash victims

A search group has found the bodies of six people killed in the Ka-32 helicopter crash on the west slope of the Fisht mountain (Caucasus), Igor Nozdrin, head of the Sochi rescue detachment reported.

According to him, the burnt bodies of the crewmembers and the passengers were found at 10:15 AM Moscow time. "The bodies have not yet been identified. It will be done soon by forensic experts," Nozdrin said.

He stressed that Sochi rescuers were searching for "black boxes" in the area, which will help find out the cause of the aircrash.

The Ka-32 copter crashed near the Fisht Mt (60 km north off Sochi) Thursday with nine persons on board.

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