Lasithi: “dissolved” 33-year-old man, forensic examination showed

On Wednesday afternoon, Manolis Kritsotakis, 33, who lost his life in a fire on Sunday evening, will be buried.

Meanwhile, according to Kritaliev, the autopsy performed on the body of the unfortunate young man confirms the terrible injuries caused by the explosion.

According to the publication, an autopsy confirmed that the 33-year-old had extensive and irreparable injuries caused by a blast that extended to his stomach and liver.

A preliminary investigation into the circumstances of Manolis' death was ordered, and the results of the forensic examination will be included in the file returned to Agios Nikolaos Security, which is handling the case.

Where did the burning come from – what a 33-year-old friend said

It is also recalled that two friends of the unfortunate Manolis Kritsotakis, who were partying with him on Sunday night, were released and an express trial will be set up for the crimes of arson and possession (for one) and use (for both). .

Tragedy in Lasithi: 33-year-old man critically injured as 20 flares finally burst

According to information from Cretalive, the young man who allegedly had the flares told during interrogation that he got it from someone he knows who owns a boat and that it should have flares. As she said, they were expired and she had to get new ones, instead of throwing them away, she gave them to him.

The publication notes that 12 such flares were provided to the police after the tragedy and 10 of them were used. As clarified, these are not launched naval flares, but are used as smoke hazards.

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