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MOSCOW, December 06. /ITAR-TASS/. The forensic expert examination center of Tatarstan's Interior Ministry has completed identification of all the victims from the Boeing 737 that crashed at Kazan's airport. the republic’s Interior Ministry said on Friday.Identification of the last passenger, a British citizen, a 53-year-old woman, was completed in the genetic laboratory at the forensic center overnight. The examination was conducted with genetic samples of her relatives, the ministry said on its website.
Thus, all the 50 people who were aboard are identified.
On November 17, the Boeing 737 of the Tatarstan Airlines crashed when approaching the airport in Kazan. The plane was on a flight from Moscow's Domodedovo. When the plane attempted to make a second approach, it fell and exploded. All the passengers and the crew, 50 people, died.