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A very grim discovery after rescuers found the bodies of the children who died. They were holding hands and helping each other to the very end. Some children in the group survived however.
Locals who were first to come to the rescue said that the victims “held really tight to one another,” RT’s Roman Kosarev reported from Syamozero.
“They were holding hands in a sort of a chain. Once they began to take them apart it turned out that some of the children were dead and some had actually survived,” he added.
One of the rescuers told RT:
“I was walking along the shore and saw a girl. I went into the water to get her. She was dead,” he said.
Later when they were passing group of islands on a boat “we saw something red, which looked like a plastic sheet. We went ashore and lifted the sheet – and the kids were there. We found five of them there,” the man added.
One of the parents says her daughter fought for her life, and rescued another boy in the process. She swam for 3km.
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