Source Pravda.Ru

As Of Today, 78 Bodies Extracted From The Wreck Of Kursk Submarine

As of today, 78 bodies have been extracted from the wreck of the nuclear submarine Kursk since the moment it was drydocked at Roslyakovo. 73 of them have been identified. Yet another body of a submariner was discovered under the debris in the Kursk's third compartment, reported the Prosecutor's Office of the Northern Fleet on Tuesday. What with the 12 bodies retrieved from the submarine in September, 2000, there are still some 28 bodies that haven't been found so far. However, investigators hope that they may be discovered in the third compartment, which has not been fully examined yet.

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