The final photo taken by the only woman who was killed when Wagner Group Chief Yevgeny Prigozhin’s plane crashed has been revealed.
Who is Kristina Raspopova?
39-year-old stewardess Kristina Raspopova had only recently taken up the job with MNT Aero.
Before boarding the fateful flight, flight attendant Kristina Raspopova tweeted a picture of her last supper.
Ten people—seven passengers, three crew members, and Ms. Raspopova—were also killed in the private plane accident on August 23.
Yevgeny Prigozhin, the head of the Russian mercenary army, was listed as a passenger on the Embraer-135 (EBM-135BJ) trip from Moscow to St. Petersburg.
According to reports, the stewardess informed family members that the reason for the plane’s delay was a technical examination and unannounced repairs.
The Russian general Sergei Surovikin is reportedly out as head of the air force on the same day as the crash on Wednesday in the Tver region, northwest of the capital Moscow.
In June, Mr. Prigozhin launched a coup attempt against the Russian military.
All ten bodies were found, according to Interfax, the official news agency of Russia.
According to US officials, a surface-to-air missile most certainly caused the jet crash that is thought to have killed Prigozhin and Dmitry Utkin, co-founder of the Wagner Group.
The officials emphasised that the information was still preliminary and under evaluation because of the sensitivity of the subject.
Their conclusion conflicts with those of other independent Russian media sources who claimed the explosion was probably brought on by a device.
A service compartment close to the lavatory in the tail section of the aircraft behind the wings was cited by the Russian publication Baza as being a good location to hide a bomb.