Russia: Journalist falls out of window in Moscow
He fell out of a window in the northeast of Moscow.
NTV journalist Nikita Razvozhaev died this morning after falling out of a window in the north-east of Moscow.
As MK reports, the incident occurred at about 7.30 on Kadomtsev St. in Moscow. The apartment where the incident took place belongs to a person that the 25-year-old reporter visited. The cause of his death was the fall from the 11th floor.
Before this, Razvozhaev left a suicide note on his page on a social network addressed to his girlfriend, friends, parents and colleagues. “I was left alone with my thoughts in this city. If you were with me everything would be different,” he wrote.
Nikita Razvozhaev came to Moscow from Saratov.
August 2 last year, Razvozhaev was involved in an incident in Moscow’s Gorky Park. During his live report dedicated the celebration of the Airborne Forces Day, former paratrooper Alexander Orlov suddenly hit him in the face with no reason. The former militant was sentenced to six months of correctional labor.
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