Source Pravda.Ru

Coffins of three killed in Kaspiisk terrorist attack delivered to Omsk

Grieving relatives and officers are to pay their final respects today to 77-th marine brigade's lieutenant colonel Vyacheslav Nazvanov, lieutenant colonel Alexander Kravchenko and his son Anton Kravchenko, 12, killed in a bomb blast in the southern city of Kaspiisk that shattered Russia's solemn Victory Day celebrations. They, being residents of Omsk, are to be buried on the South cemetry. Relatives and comrades of dead soldiers, who convoy the coffins, ontinue to mourn the terrorist act's victims. The bodies of these two officers, who had served in Caspiisk on the Caspian coast, will be subsequently buried in their home town of Omsk.

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