“He was a nice guy”: paratrooper expresses condolences on death of NTV journalist Razvozhaev
The reports on the death of Nikita Razvozhaev appeared on October 29. NTV journalist allegedly committed suicide in Moscow.
In Moscow, Nikita Razvozhaev, a correspondent for NTV channel, has died. He became famous after an accident with a drunk paratrooper during the celebration of the Airborne Forces Day. The ex-officer hit the reporter while he was broadcasting live. The paratrooper, who turned out to be Alexander Orlov aka Kolobok, has commented on the death of the journalist.
“Yes, I know everything, I am very sorry, he was a nice guy! I express my condolences to relatives and friends,” Orlov said.
To remind: the reports on the death of Nikita Razvozhaev appeared on October 29. The journalist allegedly committed suicide in Moscow. The press service of NTV channel has already expressed condolences to the relatives and friends of the deceased.
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