Yaroslavl state historical-architectural and art Museum-reserve
Five-year-old boy broke his spine after falling from a fortress wall at the Yaroslavl state historical-architectural and art Museum-reserve. This was reported on the website of the regional Department of the Investigative Committee of Russia (TFR) on Tuesday, October 3.
A criminal case on the provision of Museum staff services not meeting safety requirements (part 1 of article 238 of the criminal code). “Set to specific persons involved in the Commission of a crime”, — stated in the message of the RCDS.
The incident occurred on 8 September. The child fell into the hole in the wall and fell from a height of 6-7 meters to the ground. He was diagnosed with fractures of the thoracic vertebrae. Of the adults who accompanied the boy and watched him, the result did not specify.
In June, the 64-year-old tourist from Kaluga died after falling from a fortress wall in Smolensk, wrote “Smolenskaya Narodnaya Gazeta”. The man was not kept on the stairs leading to the tower]. At the end of September, according to the newspaper, the administration announced a competition for round the clock security of the Smolensk fortress.