"I love you, together forever."Guy whose girlfriend died in Kerch tries to commit suicide
After learning about the death of his girlfriend Vika Demchuk on the Ministry of Emergency Situations plane on the way to Moscow, 20-year-old Armen Badalyan jumped out of a window from the fourth floor.
The boyfriend of 17-year-old Viktoria Demchuk – the twenty-first fatal casualty in the Kerch massacre, who died while being transported to Moscow aboard the Ministry of Emergency Situations plane, tried to commit suicide.
When 20-year-old Armen Badalyan found out that his girlfriend had died, he wrote a suicide note on his social network page and jumped out of a window on the fourth floor. On his page, the young man left a note: "I love you, together forever."
Mash reports that when a young man fell, he broke his spine, was hospitalized in intensive care, and had already been operated on. Currently, doctors are fighting for his life.
Viktoria Demchuk studied at the Kerch Polytechnic College, specializing in land and property relations, worked in a model school.
Her boyfriend Armen Badalyan is fond of football and played in the football club Ocean.
“When this happened, he cried on the phone talking to me. When he found out that they had her leg amputated, he just said “thank God she is alive, the rest is not important, I love her very much, we will find money and we will buy her a good prosthesis,” Armen and Vika’s common friend told Komsomolskaya Pravda.
Recall that the tragedy in the Crimea occurred on October 17. The 18-year-old fourth-year student at the Kerch Polytechnic College, Vladislav Roslyakov, entered the school building with several Dragunov SVU rifles and a pump-action shotgun and created a massacre, in which 21 people were killed and 68 others were injured. The ICR opened a criminal case of a terrorist act (Article 205 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation), but subsequently re-qualified the article to the murder of two or more persons (part 2 of Article 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). The motives of the killer are not known yet. Investigation is underway.
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