The search of the four sailors from board the steamer "Strelets" that sank in the Black Sea has given no results, the Russian Emergencies Ministry Department of Information disclosed on Friday.
Out of the 14 steamer's crew members 2 were rescued, bodies of 8 killed were found and 7 were already identified. The search of the other four crew members continues.
On Thursday the "Kapitan Beklemischev" towboat arrived at the scene of the tragedy in order to haul the nose part of the sunken steamer.
The "Strelets" steamer wrecked on February 3rd in the poor weather conditions abeam the Turkish port Zonguldak. The unloaded vessel was on its way from the Turkish seaport Yarincar to Taganrog (Russian seaport on the Sea of Azov).
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