July 22, 2014 12:51
Train with bodies of Malaysian Boeing crash victims arrives in Kharkiv
KHARKIV. July 22 (Interfax) - A train carrying the remains of people killed in the July 17 crash of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 arrived in Kharkiv from Donetsk at around noon on Tuesday.
The train pulled up at the Kharkiv-Balashivskiy station, where its locomotive engine will be replaced. Afterwards, the train will be taken to the premises of the Malyshev plant, where the bodies are expected to be transferred to special-purpose containers provided by the Netherlands.
The train consists of five refrigerator cars and one ordinary passenger car marked Donbass-Moscow.
The train is being guarded by police. No official comments have been offered.
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