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The authorities of Karelia reported the details of the accident to which the deceased athlete was subjected


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St. Petersburg, January 13 – The car, which was driven by the Russian champion in high diving Leila Saliamova, who died in an accident in Karelia, was driving, drifted to the oncoming lane after the driver chose the speed without taking into account the weather and traffic conditions, according to the regional committee for ensuring the life and safety of residents said.
As reported by the News Agency in the Ministry of Sports of the Republic of Tatarstan, Russian high diving champion Leyla Saliyamova died in a car accident at the age of 23. According to media reports, the accident occurred on Thursday in Karelia. According to the press service of the State Traffic Inspectorate of Karelia, the accident occurred at 13.30 on the 163rd kilometer of the Sortavala highway in the Ladenbuch district. The driver and passenger of the Mitsubishi Lancer were killed, and the driver and passenger of the Volkswagen were taken to hospital.
As reported by the Committee for Life Support and Safety of Residents of Karelia, specialists from the fire department of the village of Korkyuki took part in eliminating the consequences of the accident.

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Earlier, the Ministry of Health of Karelia reported that one of the victims of the car accident, in which Saliamov died, underwent surgery, and another victim is awaiting surgery. A 39-year-old woman and a 47-year-old man in Sortavala Central District Hospital.
A native of Saratov, Saliamova became a national high-diving champion in 2021 and was a member of the Russian national team.

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