Russian psychologists were brought in to help relatives of crash victims in Indonesia of a Russian airliner Sukhoi SuperJet 100, reported the press service of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations on Saturday.
“At present, scholars have argued (relatives of the victims) to over 80 times,” according to press service.
The Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations Indonesia sent two IL-76 aircraft carrying rescuers and special equipment to be delivered in mountainous areas inaccessible. A light helicopter rescue Bo-105 was also transferred to the crash zone.
A medium-range Russian Sukhoi SuperJet 100, which was on a promotional tour in six Asian countries, crashed May 9 near Jakarta, hitting a very steep slope of Mount Salak to 1600 meters. It was carrying 45 people including eight Russian. The evacuation of the bodies of victims of the crash is underway.