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Sixteen paratroopers, who suffered in a traffic accident off Ryazan on Saturday night, remain in hospital
Sixteen paratroopers, who suffered in a traffic accident off Ryazan on Saturday night, remain in hospital, including 14 servicemen treated at a military hospital and two brought to a regional clinical ambulance hospital. Deputy Head doctor of the military hospital Sergei Pankratov told Tass that two out of three servicemen, who were in particular serious condition, are showing positive dynamics, while the condition of the third victim is still serious. Chief anesthesiologist and military surgeon of the Moscow Military District are arriving in Ryazan by noon, said Chief of the military hospital Gennady Belyakov. The experts will accompany one the victims in a mobile reanimation ward to a clinical hospital in Podolsk. The victim’s condition is stable enough to permit his transportation, Belyakov said. The serviceman has a severe brain injury and bone fractures in both legs as a result of the accident. Mourners will pay last respects to the six servicemen killed in the accident at the Ryazan Paratrooper Military School at 12. 30 p.m. October 17. Twenty servicemen were hospitalized after a tragic accident on Ryazan-Solotcha motorway late on Saturday. A Lada car rammed at full speed into a column of paratrooper cadets, who were walking by the roadside to the city of Ryazan. The incident took place on Saturday evening (at 11. 08 p.m.) Two cadets died on the spot, the other four died at hospitals. The 21-year-old Lada driver tried to escape, but was detained. According to preliminary reports, he was drunk at the wheel and had no driving license at the time of the traffic accident. A battalion of third-year cadets of the Ryazan Paratrooper School was returning to the school after a planned training session 60 kilometers off Ryazan. They were walking up a motorway 30 meters wide, having broad roadsides. All safety measures were taken, and there were two special groups, clothed in special light reflecting jackets, walking ahead and behind the column of servicemen, who carried signal lanterns on the left-hand side of the column. The car lost steering when it approached the column and rolled onto the servicemen. The driver responsible for the accident had no driver’s license. Press service chief of the Interior Department of the Ryazan region Vladimir Golev said it was not a first incident when the same young man. who has no driver’s license, was involved in a traffic accident. A criminal case into the incident has been opened on charges of violation of traffic rules that entailed human death through carelessness. Remand sanctions against the man responsible for the accident should be taken within 24 hours.
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