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18 of November, 12:58

In the case of crash involved drugs A321
3 passenger A321 could be under the influence of drugs at the time of death. In addition, about 20 people were in alcoholic intoxication.

In the blood of three dead passengers of the liner A321 traces of narcotic drugs. This was told by forensic experts after the study of the remains.

Most likely, the passengers A321 could be in a state of narcotic intoxication at the moment of death. What were the preparations is not yet known, reports LifeNews. Also, a blood test 20 passengers A321 demonstrates the use of their intoxicating beverages.

Most strongly suffered from explosion the people sitting in the back of the plane. At the initial examination they were identified characterized by blast injuries - burned and charred the edges of the wounds, traces of the shock wave.

Experts continue to investigate the circumstances of an emergency on Board a passenger liner. Investigators will be qualified, where exactly was the explosive device. According to some sources, the bomb was in one of the suitcases in the Luggage compartment, others put it under the passenger seat.

Remember, the head of FSB Alexander Bortnikov officially approved that the Airbus A321 was struck in Egypt the result of the triggered explosive devices. The Russian President Vladimir Putin stressed that all involved in the attack should be identified and eliminated.

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