Khabarovsk billionaire died due to fake news about death of child he hit
Several Khabarovsk media outlets reported that the baby, allegedly hit and killed by Igor Neklyudov, died in intensive care unit due to a fracture of the base of the skull.
Several Khabarovsk media outlets reported that the baby, allegedly hit and killed by Igor Neklyudov, died in intensive care unit due to a fracture of the base of the skull. When learning about this, the 71-year-old entrepreneur became very nervous and died of a heart attack. Later it became clear that the child was alive, and there was no running down.
The circumstances of the death of Khabarovsk businessman and billionaire Igor Neklyudov, who died on July 19, 2018 of a heart attack, became known.
As reported by AiF-Dalinform referring to the source in the environment of Neklyudov, the entrepreneur became ill during his stay in the tourist and entertainment complex Zaimka Plyusnina. The owner of company Dalreo died in the ambulance on the way to the intensive care unit. Two days before there was an incident on the territory of the complex. A one-year-old child fell down near the car of Igor Neklyudov, who was backing up.
The entrepreneur thought that the baby had been injured after that. However, the child rose to his feet himself, there was his father at the accident scene.
According to eyewitnesses, the child had only scratched knees, but Neklyudov insisted that the baby is taken to undergo X-ray, he personally saw to it that the child was given proper medical care.
However, soon, writes Life, some Khabarovsk publications reported on the death of the victim of the accident with Neklyudov’s vehicle, who was diagnosed with a fracture of the base of the skull and other fatal injuries in the hospital. According to REN TV, Region.online, AiF website and other publications reported this. At the moment, the reports have been edited, but one of the first reports on the site of REN TV itself that reads that the businessman had a heart attack due to running over the child to death remained unchanged. According to another version, the businessman allegedly learned about the death of the child he had shot down not from the media.
Igor Mikhaylovich Neklyudov was born in 1947. For many years he was Chairman of the Board of Directors of Dalreo group of companies. It owns various real estate in Khabarovsk and other settlements: office buildings and business centers, Zaimka Plyusnina complex, DalTV television channel, World Class fitness club networks, etc. One of the recents major projects under his leadership is the construction of hotel Hilton. The name of Igor Neklyudov for many years was connected, first of all, with the development of Khabarovsk, Khabarovsk Krai and the entire Far East, the statement of Dalreo leadership says.
However, soon after that the billionaire had a heart attack, which he did not survive. After his death, it became clear that the child was actually alive and had almost no injuries, and that he had fallen near Neklyudov's car himself.
As for the news of his death, there was a tragic mistake, the mechanism of occurrence of which is already approximately known. Confusion arose due to the fact that a one-and-a-half-year-old child did die in another accident in Khabarovsk the same day.
Farewell to quite a respected businessman in Khabarovsk Krai, who, according to local media, despite successful business, kept a low profile and did not display his life, will be held in the Transfiguration Cathedral of the city on July 23.
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