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Putin posthumously awarded a schoolgirl trying to save a friend

Russian President Vladimir Putin posthumously awarded a schoolgirl who was trying to save her drowning friend with the medal "For the rescue of the dead." The tragedy took place in January on the Seim River. A 10-year-old girl was trying to save her friend who fell through the ice. However, this did not help, both girls died.

Putin posthumously awarded a schoolgirl trying to save a friend

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Russian President Vladimir Putin posthumously awarded a Russian schoolgirl who was trying to save her drowning friend with the medal "For saving the dead." The corresponding decree was published on a single portal of legal information.

The tragedy took place in January this year on the Seim River. A 10-year-old girl was trying to save her friend who fell through the ice. However, this did not help, and as a result, both schoolgirls drowned.

Earlier, the head of the Investigative Committee of Russia, Alexander Bastrykin, posthumously presented the Russian woman with the departmental medal "Valor and Courage".

In October, it was reported that in the Irkutsk region on the Nizhnyaya Tunguska river, two small children went out to play on the ice and died. According to the Ministry of Emergency Situations, they were on the pond without adults.

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