Snowplough driver in Total CEO’s Russia plane crash drunk–investigators
MOSCOW — The driver of a snowplough involved in a deadly accident at a Moscow airport that killed Total CEO Christophe de Margerie was drunk, Russian investigators said Tuesday.
“It has been established that the driver of the snowplough was in a drunk state,” the investigating unit said in a statement.
It added that a preliminary theory was that “an error by the pilots and the actions of the snowplough driver” were to blame for the deadly accident.
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