The details of the plane crash have been found out. Almost a week has passed since the crash of the light aircraft with the host Alexander Koltov and his companion Natalya Klimova. The plane crash and the accompanying events raise many questions. A few days ago, when the disappointing news broke out, it was reported that Koltova had allegedly died with his wife. But later it turned out that his companion on the fatal flight was another woman - a bank employee and the wife of a major financier. Alexander is survived by a widow and children. To this day, it is not known what connected the two married people. According to the sources of RIA FAN, on November 7, Koltovoy and Klimova were heading to the recreation center in Koprino (this place is located 25 kilometers from Rybinsk). This place is often chosen for leisure by those who are tired of civilization. Near the base there is a forest and the Volga river. However, the couple did not manage to enjoy nature: the plane crashed near the village of Tomilino near Moscow. By the way, Koltovy's colleague Lera Kudryavtseva told subscribers that Alexander called her to fly, but she refused and tried to persuade the man to give up the dangerous hobby.
Alexander Koltovoy And His Companion Were On A Private Plane To The Recreation Center
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