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Death in Moscow: Japanese tourist died next to Red Square
12.07.2010 11:57
Death in Moscow: Japanese tourist died next to Red Square
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An aged man from Japan died in the centre of Moscow, next to to Moscow Kremlin, this Sunday, on the July, 11, reports the source in the law-enforcement agencies. According to it, the tourist's death was caused by cardiovascular collapse.
      The 75-years old Japanese tourist was taken bad as he was walking around Kremlin. The man fell to the ground and died at once. According to preliminary figures, the death was caused by cardiovascular collapse, which could had been provoked by very hot heat wave of last weeks in the city.
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