A tragic incident occurred in Kotayk region. At 11:45 am, 9-11 Operational Management Center of Rescue Service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations received a call from citizens that there was a dead body in Gyumush HPP Reservoir located in the administrative area of Karenis village and rescuers needed assistance to remove it.
As photojournalist Gagik Shamshyan reports from the scene, the N 47 Charentsavan fire and rescue detachment operatively arrived at the Ministry of Emergency Situations, led by the commander of the detachment Hayk Asatryan.
Emergency Special Rescuers needed help, Hayk Naghdakyan, Head of the Emergency Situations Implementation Center, and Rescuers of Rescue Team N 15, headed by Deputy Commander Arthur Sargsyan, arrived.
Rescuers lowered the reservoir with special ropes and approached the body with an artificial boat and pulled it out. A group of operatives from the Charentsavan police department, led by Armen Israelyan, also arrived at the scene.
The on-site investigation is led by Tigran Baghyan, a senior investigator on the particularly important cases of the Charentsavan Investigation Division of the Kotayk Regional Investigation Department of the Armenian Investigation Committee. The forensic examiner found the body, police and investigators on the spot and found no traces of violence on the body, according to preliminary information. According to the investigator’s decision, a number of forensic examinations were appointed, including the coroner’s coronation.
According to the photojournalist, police and investigators have found that the deceased was a resident of Charentsavan, 51-year-old Avetis Yanbekyan, who was wanted by the Charentsavan police department as missing yesterday.
Citizens gathered at the scene said: “The deceased was a well-respected and loved person in Charentsava, a musician by profession and, even in his old age, respected both his elders and the youth. We are deeply saddened and saddened that he has had such an absurd death. “Изображение
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