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The rescued Russian submariners hope to thank personally their British rescuers
The submariners who are currently in a military hospital failed to meet their British rescuers after the rescue effort, although they waited for them in the hospital and even prepared their fleet caps to give as a present. Now the Russian submariners are hoping to get in touch with the British rescuers by phone or by mail to express their gratitude. After medical examination in the military hospital in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, the sailors will fly to Moscow for medical rehabilitation at a Moscow Region sanatorium. The news that a Russian mini-submarine was trapped beneath the Pacific Ocean off Russia's Kamchatka peninsula came on August 4. The submersible with seven men on its board got entangled in fishing nets and cables at a depth of almost 200 meters. It took the rescuers three days to free the mini-submarine. The AS-28 Priz mini-sub surfaced on August 7, after the British Scorpio craft cut away nets and cables and freed the submersible
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