Investigators called the basic version of the death of the actor Maranova
MOSCOW, 21 Feb — RIA Novosti. The investigative Committee is considering two main versions of the causes of death of the actor Dmitry Marjanov: late arrival of the ambulance and the provision of services that do not meet the requirements of safety of life or health.
This was reported by the suburban division of the Investigative Committee. Investigators establish the circumstances of the incident, they have appointed is judicial-medical examination, examined witnesses, seized documents related to a challenge to the actor ambulance, including conversation recording service 112, and also carried out searches at the rehabilitation center “Phoenix”.
Dmitry Maryanov died on 15 September at the cottage in the suburbs. He was 48 years old.
The exact cause of death of the actor has not officially been called — it should set after opening.
The agent Maranova Alevtina kungurova announced that he had a clot.
Friends of the actor said that when he became ill and he lost consciousness, they called an ambulance, which never came due to “technical reasons”. Then close decided to take Maranova to the hospital in a private car, but to save the actor’s doctors failed.
NewsAfter the death Maranova the Ministry of health decided to standardize the work of the ambulance
The investigative Committee opened a criminal case under article “Causing death by negligence due to improper performance of their professional duties.”
Suburban health Ministry, for its part, conducted an official investigation in connection with the emergency call. According to authorities, the call, adopted at 18.47 October 15, Manager gave Edinaya dezhurno-dispatching service. However, 19.03 received the call again.
“The applicant said that they were going on their own, and said the refusal of ambulance”, — told in the Ministry of health.
Inspection found no violations — all calls were handled by operators of the “System 112” in accordance with the rules of information interaction, said the Agency.