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GORNO-ALTAISK, July 5 (Itar-Tass) - About 72 million roubles will be paid to the families of the victims of the Mi-8 helicopter crash in Yakutia, Head of the Republic Yegor Borisov announced durign a trip to the Ust-Yansky District where the tragedy had occurred.
At a meeting with the residents of Deputatsky and Kazachye, he pointed out that each family of crash victims would get three million roubles in financial compensation: one million roubles from the governemnt of Yakutia and two million from the owner of the air vehicle -- the Polar Airlines.
Residents of Ust-Yansky District will be able to count on every kind of suport on the part of the leadership of the republic, Borisov emphasized.