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Mayor's office of Moldovan south – eastern city decrees 09 August day of mourning

16:58 | 08.08.2018 Category: Regional

Chisinau, 08 August /MOLDPRES/ – Causeni City Hall decreed Thursday, 09 August, as the day of mourning, following the death of four local residents in the road accident on Saturday, 04 August, near Kaluga region in Russia.

"As a sign of profound pain caused by passing away of four citizens of Causeni: Capatina Nadejda, Cojocaru Tamara, Tulea Victor and Golban Ivan, 09 August is declared mourning. On this day all public institutions in locality will lower the flag of state and that of Causeni. Also, it is advisable to renounce fun activities," said mayor of Causeni, Grigore Repesciuc.

The General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations (IGSU) of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MAI) has completed today the mission to transport inanimate bodies of tragic victims of accident near Kaluga region in Russia. Six Moldovans dead in road accident were brought home. IGSU officers in common with relatives escorted the coffins of the six deceased.

In the morning, specialised car for transport of bodies entered contracted territory of company, and it was already expected by grievous relatives of citizens of our country which had lost their lives. The Inspectorate's leadership, headed by Major-General Mihail Harabagiu, came to funeral service headquarters to convey condolences to relatives and close persons of accident victims.

The IGSU team of psychologists, as well as SMURD crews, worked with relatives of deceased persons and provided qualified help to them. The inanimate bodies were taken over by relatives from the funeral service and they will be buried in native localities on 09 August.

Following the road accident on 04 August near Kaluga region in Russia, six citizens of Moldova died and eight were hospitalised at the Sukhinichi hospital with various traumas. Today, at 19:17, the four discharged persons will arrive in Chisinau with train route Moscow – Chisinau, being supervised by SMURD employees. The other four accident victims will continue treatment in Russia until doctors decide to release them.

(Reporter L. Grubii, editor L. Alcaza)

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