On Sunday, January 22, in the village of Sokolovka, in the Khmelnytsky region, they said goodbye to Tatyana Shutyak, deputy head of the patronage service Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine. She died in a plane crash in Brovary.
Note that on January 21 in Kyiv, in the Ukrainian House, they said goodbye to the leadership and employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs who died in a plane crash.
What is known about Tatyana Shutyak
The body of Tatyana Shutyak was brought to her native village on January 22, where relatives and friends said goodbye to her. Tatyana Shutyak was buried in the cemetery of the village of Sokolovka.
On January 24, the girl was supposed to turn 27 years old.
Tanya graduated from school with a gold medal, then with honors from the Law Academy. After the academy, she got an internship at the Verkhovna Rada and stayed there to work, she was an assistant to people's deputy Denis Monastyrsky.
And when he was appointed minister, she went to work with him at the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Farewell to Tatyana Shutyak: video
Air crash in Brovary: the main thing
- At about 08:20 on January 18 at the nursery garden in Brovary, a helicopter of the State Emergency Service fell.
- The leadership of the Ministry of Internal Affairs was on board. They were going on a business trip to one of the hot spots.
- As a result of a helicopter crash, a strong fire broke out in a kindergarten. As a result of the disaster, 14 people died, including one child. 25 people were injured, including 11 children.
- As a result of the crash, Minister of Internal Affairs Denis Monastyrsky, his first deputy Yevgeny Yenin and State Secretary of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Yury Lubkovich died.
- The circumstances of the tragedy are being investigated. The SBU launched an investigation. The investigation considers three versions: violation of flight rules; helicopter malfunction; intentional actions to destroy a helicopter.
Pay attention! For everything that is known about the helicopter crash in Brovary, read the article on Channel 24.