The bodies of two crew members were found on board the RBT-300 tugboat, which sank on Friday night in the Neva River, St. Petersburg, the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia in St. Petersburg said.
The bodies (both male) were the captain, born in 1986 and a second crew member, born in 1989.
Previously, the tugboat had been raise to the surface from the bottom of the river.
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