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Passenger riverboat wrecked on Amur
17.09.2010 12:28
Passenger riverboat wrecked on Amur

A passenger riverboat with 80 passengers on board is wrecked on Amur. According to preliminary data four people are hurt: two men and two women.
      A speed hydrofoil motor vessel of Kola Beldy was following from Nikolaevsk-on-Amur to Khabarovsk. The ship departed the port on the September, 16. Then the "Kola Beldy" was wrecked. According to MES officers there were 80 passengers on board. All they were evoked. Two men and two women were hurt. Medical assistance was provided to them in the nearest settlement. After that they were transported to Khabarovsk. Other passengers will be taken to their destination points by buses.
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