Monday, September 12, 2011

Russian hockey player Alexander Galimov who survived Yaroslavl plane crash died in Moscow hospital

Lokomotiv Yaroslavl team's Russian player Galimov Alexander, who survived a plane crash last week died in hospital due to injuries on Monday.

"In the morning of September 12, despite ongoing therapy, which used the most modern treatments, Alexander Saidgereyevich Galimov died of significant burns," it was said in a statement released by the hospital that hosted the 26-year-old player.

The information was confirmed by the Russian hockey federation which posted the gruesome news on its official website: "We express deepest condolences to family and friends of Alexander, and all those who regarded his struggle for life as a last hope in this terrible tragedy."

Galimov had severe burns on more than 80% of his body and was placed in artificial coma after being transported to a Moscow hospital.

Steward Alexander Sizov who remains the last survivor of the accident is still in hospital in critical condition.


Moving photos WTC commemoration Ground Zero

Today the whole world commemorated the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attaks and paid tribute to the people who lost their lives in the tragedy.

Dozens people gathered at New York's Ground Zero where the names of almost 3000 victims were spoken out by relatives, friends, officials. US President Barack Obama and former president George Bush participated at the event joining many other personalities.

The mourning day at the memorial ceremony revealed countless moving images and photos captured on tape.

For example Robert Peraza, whose son Robert David Peraza died in the terror attacks of the WTC twin towers, stopped by at his son's name at the North Pool of the 9/11 remembering site ahead of the 10th anniversary, Sunday 11 September, 2011, in New York. (AP Photo/Justin Lane)

You can see HERE dozens moving picture taken during the memorial anniversary.
Video grown-up Peter Negron mourns, remembers, misses father Pete.

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