Vnukovo snowplow driver involved in Total CEO plane crash had 0.06 percent of alcohol in blood - Investigative Committee

Experts discovered alcohol in the system of Vladimir Martynenko, the driver of a snowplow that collided with the Falcon business jet causing its crash at the Vnukovo airport early on Tuesday, Russian Investigative Committee spokesman Vladimir Markin told Interfax.

Experts discovered alcohol in the system of Vladimir Martynenko, the driver of a snowplow that collided with the Falcon business jet causing its crash at the Vnukovo airport early on Tuesday, Russian Investigative Committee spokesman Vladimir Markin told Interfax.

"His medical examination showed the presence of 0.06 percent of alcohol in his blood. I would like to point out that all medical examination data have yet to undergo forensic medical studies that investigators will order within the framework of the criminal case in the near future," Markin told Interfax on Thursday.

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