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“According to updated reports, the airliner Boeing-737, which crashed at the airport in Kazan, carried two foreigners: a British female citizen and a Ukrainian female citizen,” Rossius said.
The contacts are established with the consulates of these countries, which are getting in touch with the relatives of the air crash victims.
Forty-four passengers and six crewmembers died in the Boeing crash.
The British Embassy in Moscow is checking the information about the death of a British female citizen in the air crash in the city of Kazan, the capital of the Russian Republic of Tatarstan, representative of the press service of the British Embassy Mikhail Menshikov told Itar-Tass on Monday.
“We have received this information from the Ministry of Emergency Situations and are checking it. The embassy cannot confirm the death of the British female citizen yet,” he said.
Tatarstan’s ministry of emergency situation reported that British citizen Donna Carolina Bull (born on February 14, 1960) is on the list of fatalities in the air crash.