Kadyrovs' teacher dies in accident in Krasnodar region
The pensioner taught the head of Chechnya, his father, and children.
In the Kuban, 74-year-old Vera Deryabina, who taught Chechen head Ramzan Kadyrov, his children and his father Akhmat-Khadzhi Kadyrov, died in an accident involving a Toyota Highlander crossover and a Tata truck. The car accident occurred on the 102-km federal highway Caucasus near Armavir, Komsomolskaya Pravda reports.
Deryabina was a passenger of the crossover, its 34-year-old driver, Alki Abukhadzhiev, refused to be hospitalized.
Deryabina worked at the Tsentoroevsk Secondary School, was a member of the Chechen parliament of the second and third convocations.
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