February 16, 2013 21:18
Search for meteorite debris ends in Chelyabinsk region, nothing found
CHELYABINSK. Feb 16 (Interfax) - The search for pieces of the meteorite that blasted above the Chelyabinsk region is over, Chelyabinsk Vice-Governor, operative staff chief Igor Murog told Interfax.
"Nothing was found in the sector of the presumed meteorite fall. The search is over," Murog said.
He said the search was conducted in the Lake Chebarkul, one kilometer away from the same-name town, near the village of Zvyagino in the Chebarkul district and the village of Kuvashi near Zlatoust.
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