Investigators search owner of crashed aircraft that killed hockey team
MOSCOW, September 29 - RAPSI. Investigators searched on Wednesday the airline which owned the crashed aircraft with ice hockey team aboard, the Investigative Committee's spokesperson Vladimir Markin told RIA Novosti.
Yak-42 carrying Lokomotiv ice hockey team crashed at 16:00 (MT) 2.5 kilometers off the Yaroslavl airport on September 7. Only one crew member survived out of 45 people on board.
Investigators searched Yak-Service company which operated the ill-fated plane. They seized technical and other documents related to the criminal case, said Markin.
He added that investigators also repeatedly questioned the only survivor, flight engineer Alexander Sizov.