Who is Ekaterina Didenko? Wiki, Biography, Age, Death and Injured, Investigation Report - Wikibious

Who is Ekaterina Didenko? Wiki, Biography, Age, Death and Injured, Investigation Report

Ekaterina Didenko Wiki – Biography

Ekaterina Didenko is identified as the popular Russian blogger and model who was celebrating her 29th birthday party when two people were killed and six were in intensive care after dry ice thrown in a swimming pool caused acute poisoning, according to reports.

Ekaterina Didenko Age

She is 29 years old as of 2020.

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Mother-of-two Ekaterina, who gives advice on medicines for home use, is a popular Instagram blogger with one million followers.

As of a highly qualified pharmacist, she gives advice on keeping home medicine cupboards leaner and more effective while also sharing intimate moments of her own life.

In some videos she is seen filming chemical experiments with her young daughter.

Ekaterina Didenko 29th Birthday

The Russian bloggerwas celebrating her 29th birthday when the accident took place.
A big crowd of the couple’s friends were seen clinking glasses moments before the tragedy in the south of Moscow.

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Initially, she insisted her husband Valentin Didenko to unload 55lb of dry ice to create a dramatic ‘visual effect’ intended to impress guests at a Moscow pool and sauna complex.

“I am alive, I am behind the doors of an intensive care ward”, she posted.

After the dry ice was put into water, heavy vapour was produced beside too much carbon dioxide.

Her husband was also reported to be in intensive care after emergency services were called to the party.

Deaths & Injuries

The victims were reported to have suffered from carbon dioxide poisoning after the dry ice was mixed with pool water.

Some guests were reported to have suffered from chemical burns.

According to reports, guests, identified as Natalia Monakova and Yuri Alferov, died from pulmonary edemas after breathing excessive carbon monoxide.

Investigation Reports

Paramedics failed to rescue two of the guest who were pronounced dead at the site.

The Russian Investigative Committee confirmed a criminal case was opened into causing death by negligence.

The ‘preliminary reason for the death of three was mechanical asphyxia because their airways were blocked’, reported crime channel 112.

Five people remained in hospital this morning.

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