The victims in the case of the death of children on the Syamozero did not agree with the verdict paramedic

The victims in the case of the death of children on the Syamozero did not agree with the verdict paramedic

Moscow. April 17. INTERFAX.RU — IN the Suojarvi district court of Karelia has received several complaints on the verdict against Irina Shcherbakova, who did not respond to drowning call on the Syamozero children.

“Against the sentence came from the 14 victims, their may be more. Now the complaints were sent to the parties for review and objections. Then all complaints will be forwarded to the Supreme court of Karelia,” — said “Interfax” in court on Monday.

The victims were considered to be too soft Shcherbakova rendered the verdict and disagreed with the amount of compensation, he added.

Earlier Suoyarvskiy court sentenced to three years in prison with suspended sentences paramedic hospital Shcherbakov.

According to investigators, on June 18 of 2016 in the Suojarvi CRB called 12-year-old boy. Who was on duty Shcherbakov listened to the child who said that he and other children are drowning, but did not respond to the message appropriately, not notified about the call of the rescue services and hospital administration. The negligence of the paramedic did not allow timely to begin the rescue operation led to the deaths of children, according to investigators.

In the Karelian health Ministry said that the paramedic Shcherbakova received a call from the child for a joke and did not attach importance.

Shcherbakov admitted his guilt partially. Her defense insisted on acquittal.

Tragedy on the Syamozero occurred in June 2016, when the camps camping on the water in boats went 47 children and four attendants. During a storm the boat overturned, killing 14 children. The RF IC opened a criminal case. Director of “the Park hotel “Syamozero” Elena Reshetova and the camp commander Vadim Vinogradov in custody, the former head of the Karelian Department of Rospotrebnadzor Anatoly Kovalenko placed under house arrest, camp instructor Valerie Krupoderova a preventive measure in the form of recognizance not to leave.