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20 of April, 15:31

In the Kerch Strait looking for the bodies of sailors
In Kerch Strait have resumed the search operation. 8 sailors from a sunken cargo ship "Heroes of Arsenal" is unknown. Rescuers inspect the coastline and the bottom of the Strait. On the eve of one crew member found alive.

In the Black sea on the site of the wreck of the "Heroes of Arsenal" is incremented, the grouping of the Ministry. Dozens of ships and boats, hundreds of rescue workers and 2 helicopters are working at the crash site. In the area of search, the wind dropped, the sea calmed down. Deep-water apparatus "Falcon" surveys the bottom. Dozens of Crimean rescuers patrolling the East coast of the Peninsula, where the night could remove the bodies or the wreckage.

In Kerch deployed headquarters to assist the relatives of the victims. The uniform dispatching service accepts calls. There are psychologists. Loaded grain ship "Heroes of Arsenal" disappeared from radar screens at 4 am. 6 minutes before this ship, which was carrying 12 people, managed to transmit a distress signal. At the time of the crash the cargo ship standing on RAID in the area of the Kerch Strait, where before it was declared a storm warning. Wave height of about 5 meters literally split the ship in 2 parts, and it quickly sank. To date, rescued one sailor. Three crew members were found dead. The fate of the others remains unknown. Search and rescue operation continues.

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