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NOVOSIBIRSK, March 10 (Itar-Tass) – Four people got suffocated as they were sheltering in a vehicle from a snowstorm in Kuibyshev, the Novosibirsk region’s branch of Russia’s EMERCOM reported on Sunday.
The tragedy occurred on the night of March 9.
“We found a VAZ-2106 car in Bogdan Khmelnitsky Street in Kuibyshev, where four dead young men were,” the source said. “They are not identified yet.”
Supposedly, the young men got suffocated of carbon monoxide, as the car’s heating system was failed, the source added.