Lokomotiv Yaroslavl ice hockey team player Galimov dies at Vishnevsky Institute
Lokomotiv Yaroslavl ice hockey team player Alexander Galimov, who was injured severely in the crash of a Yakovlev Yak-42 jet in Yaroslavl on September 7, died at the Moscow Vishnevsky Surgery Institute on Sept. 12.
"Unfortunately, Alexander died on Monday," an Institute representative told.
"Alexander Galimov died of incurable burns at the Burns Center of the Vishnevsky Surgery Institute in the morning of September 12 although he had been receiving modern therapy," says a report of the Institute administration received by Interfax.
Thus, the death toll of the air crash has grown to 44.
Yak-42 engineer Alexander Sizov is staying at the Moscow Sklifosofsky Institute. His condition is serious but stable.