Russia: Mother of plane crash victim speaks of her loss

“For work, yes. I know that in Orsk they do some pipes, oil and gas. Specialists from South Africa came there and Zhenya had to organize all this.” SOT, reporter (Russian): “How long was going to be there?” SOT, Elizaveta Korotkova, mother of one of the casualties (Russian): “They said that according to the contract — until March 31.” SOT, reporter (Russian): “How did you find out... Еще about what happened?” SOT, Elizaveta Korotkova, mother of one of the casualties (Russian): “My daughter read the list of the names [of victims] on Internet, if there was [Evgeni]. But how could [he not be on the list], if he was flying to Orsk.” The mother of one of the victims of the Saratov Airlines plane crash spoke of the loss of losing her son on Monday. “My daughter read the list of the names [of victims] on Internet, if there was [Evgeni]. But how could [he not be on the list], if he was flying to Orsk.” Evgeni was working in a major Moscow oil and gas company for more than ten years and frequently taking on business trips to Nizhny Novgorod and Orsk. The plane was heading to the city of Orsk when the crash occurred some 80 kilometres (50 miles) south-east of the capital. It went off the radar screens shortly after it had taken off from Moscow's Domodedovo Airport, killing all 71 on board. Russia’s EMERCOM says that 780 people and 178 equipment units are engaged in the investigation of the deadly crash.

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