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Visual Identification of A321 Crash Victims Concluded, DNA Check Continues
Friday, 06 November 2015 09:35
Visual Identification of A321 Crash Victims Concluded, DNA Check Continues

11:35 06.11.2015(updated 11:44 06.11.2015) Get short URL

MOSCOW (Sputnik) The visual identification of the victims from the Russian A321 passenger jet that crashed over Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula on October 31 has concluded, but genetic identification of the remains will continue, the head of the Russian Health Ministry’s department of social health and communications said Friday.

“The visual identification process of the deceased has concluded, the process of genetic identification is continuing,” Oleg Salagai said.

On Thursday, the Russian Health Ministry confirmed that 58 of the 224 people on board the aircraft had been identified. The remains of the remaining victims will have to be identified by their DNA.

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