Number of deaths after boat crash in Odesa region reached 14
Ukrainian excursion boat "Ivolha" has been lifted from the bottom of the Black sea
Two more bodies were found after Ukrainian excursion boat crash in the Black see, according to the latest information from Ministry of Infrastructure. The accident was caused by overloading and the boat's captain has been detained.
The boat was lifter from the bottom and transported to the sea cost to be investigated.
October 17, in Bilhorod-Dnistrovsky district of Odesa region, pleasure boat "Ivolha" turned over with 36 passengers on board. 14 people died in the accident. 22 people were rescued, 18 of whom were hospitalized (hypothermia and injuries of the extremities). Also, there is some unconfirmed information that another 8 persons could be on the board too. Pleasure boat "Ivolha" boat turned over a kilometer from the shore because of the strong storm.
Odesa Regional Administration announced Sunday, October 18, as the day of mourning dedicated to the crash of the ship "Ivolha".
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