Cream Soda founder Dmitry Svirgunov fell through the ice on the Volga, rescuers are looking for him

The founder and one of the leaders of the popular group Cream Soda, Dmitry Svirgunov (Dima Nova), went missing after falling through the ice on the Volga on the night of March 20. About the tragedy told on the official page of the VKontakte group.

“We had a tragedy last night. Our Dima Nova, in the company of friends, was walking along the Volga and fell through the ice. Dima, his brother Roma and friend Gosha Kiselev are still looking for the Ministry of Emergency Situations. Aristarchus, our friend, who also fell through the ice, managed to get, but could not be saved, ”the group’s official public page said.

The tragedy occurred near the village of Dievo-Gorodishche, Nekrasovsky district. According to the Investigative Committee, a total of five people fell through the ice.

“It was preliminarily established that a company of ten people spent leisure time, during which they decided to go out on the ice, after which five of them fell through the ice. One girl escaped on her own, a 27-year-old man died in an ambulance. Search for three other men, presumably born in 1988, born in 1997, born in 1994 continue,” the investigative department of the TFR in the Yaroslavl region reported.

As one of Dmitry Svirgunov’s friends told Kommersant, at 2:53 he was on his VKontakte page for the last time. In Dievo-Gorodishche, the musicians had a country house, which they bought during the pandemic and where they came to rest.

The administration of the Nekrasovsky district reported that the company went for a walk in the village of Chentsy, located on the other side of the Volga. Even the day before, the ice near the village was strong, but melted due to warming. “The current is very fast now, and three people were dragged under the ice,” the district administration said.

The prosecutor’s office and the ICR began checking into the incident.

Cream Soda was created in 2007, they recorded several albums, the clips were rotated on television. The group’s main hit, the song “I Cry for Techno”, became the leader on all Russian digital platforms, and the video gained more than 50 million views.

Anton Golitsyn, Yaroslavl


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