Two ships collide on Lena river

Six people, including a three-year-old child, were reportedly killed when two ships collided on the Lena river, Eastern Siberia. Two trucks and one passenger car, which were sailing on a barge, sank as a result, taking six people to the bottom.

This tragedy was caused by the so-called human factor, experts say.

All navigation has stopped in this sector because one sunken truck blocks the water-way proper.