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MOSCOW, April 2 (Itar-Tass) — The Russian Healthcare and Social Development Ministry in the Tyumen region has opened a hotline to provide phsychiatrical assistance to relatives of those who were aboard the UTair ATR-72 airplane that crashed in Siberia, the ministry told Itar-Tass on Monday.
“All information is available by telephone – 8-3452-66-43,” the ministry added.
“Seven doctors of the Centre of Catastrophes’ Medicine of the Russian Healthcare and Social Development Ministry, three specialists from the Federal Centre for Medicolegal Investigation and head of the burn centre of the Vishnevsky Surgery Institute have left for the ground,” the ministry said.
Hotlines are also opened at the centre for emergency phsychiatrical assistance of the Russian Emergencies Ministry – 8-800-775-17-17.
According to latest data, as a result of the plane crash at least 31 people died and 12 people survived.