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GRABOVO /Donetsk region/, October 5. /TASS/. The site of the crash of Boeing 777 near Ukraine’s Donetsk is not guarded by anyone, and the access to the site is free, TASS correspondent reported on Sunday.
The aircraft’s debris are scattered at the area of several kilometres near the Grabovo village near Donetsk. The accident site is not fenced off.
Among the debris remain books, children’s toys, clothes and documents of passengers.
Chairman of the Supreme Council of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) Boris Litvinov told TASS the republic’s authorities would not have their own investigation into the tragedy as they trusted the international experts involved.
OSCE has not yet presented comments on the accident and on the probe.
The accident happened on July 17, 2014. On board the plane were 283 passengers and 15 crew. None of them survived. The tragedy is considered the biggest plane crash in the XXI century.