wait me 19.10.2009 (2009)

Telecast №81368, 1 part, duration: 0:44:07
Producer VID
Availability:Film hasn't been digitized
Anchor:Igorj Kvasha, Mariya Shukshina

Reel №1

The history of Nikolai Mikhailovich Guslenkov.

On May 22, 2009, a man left Belorussia for St.

Petersburg with his neighbor Vladimir Maloletkin and disappeared.

Filming in the village Oktyabrvo: wife Natalia, son Mikhail and brother of neighbor Vladimir Maloletkin remember the departure of relatives for work.

Filming in St.

Petersburg: Vladimir Maloletkin talks about his arrival in the city and how Nikolay disappeared on the first day; self-searching for friends and relatives did not lead to anything, we managed to find out only that the firm that employed the workers had nothing to do with it.

Nikolai hit a train in the vicinity of Borovaya station, where he was found by the train master Alexander Kondratinsky.

The victim was identified in the St.

Petersburg Institute of Emergency Care named after IIJanelidze; Nikolai did not have documents with him, and as he was on the rails, he did not remember.

Valentina Moskvicheva and her daughter Nastya, who is on treatment, wrote a message to the program's website on the Internet.

The head physician of the institute, Vladimir Kotsur, prepares the patient for discharge, he will soon return home.


Ekaterina Khuzhaeva, born 1982, looking for her father: Vyacheslav Shabekov lives in the city of Beersheba, Israel, left in the mid-1980s.

Wanted Marat Zufarovich Kuchamov, born in 1972, disappeared in Moscow in the summer of 2004, last time he called home on August 9.

Elena Kostereva from Togliatti is looking for a friend: US citizen William (Rouff), met in 1996 in Cyprus, lived in Atlanta, but changed the address.

Family is looking for a daughter: Elena Plushenko, born in 1976, disappeared on September 6, 2008 in Moscow.

Vasily Ivanovich Krylov is looking for a colleague: Evgeni Alexandrovich Neuimin, served together in the Group of Soviet Forces in Germany in 1970-1972.

Videography from Voronezh: Yevgeny Alexandrovich walks with his grandchildren and remembers the military service.

Meeting friends in the studio.

Photos of the missing in 2009:

Elena Ivanovna Semyankina, 82 years old, disappeared on July 9 in the village of Baiterek, Alma-Ata region.

Lyudmila Iosifovna Pechenkina, 76 years old, disappeared on June 24 in the village of Mga of the Kirov district of the Leningrad region, suffers from memory failures.

Anna Ivanova, 16, left April 3 from the social and rehabilitation center for minors in Nefteyugansk.

Alexey Alekseev, 28 years old, disappeared on May 13 in the city of Luga, Leningrad region; On May 20, his relatives were informed that he was lying in the Alexandrovsky hospital, discharged on May 17.

Dmitri Leonidovich Savenko, 31, left in late July with a friend in a car from St.

Petersburg towards Kyrgyzstan; disappeared on August 1 as a traffic police in the Dzhambul region near the lake Balkhash.

Diloro Dorobova, 23, went to work in Moscow on July 23 and did not return.

Olesya Aleksandrova, aged 15, disappeared on March 28 in Almetyevsk, Tatarstan; runs away from home not for the first time.

Andrei Kuchumov, 23, disappeared on May 18 in Moscow on his way to the university, last seen in the Vorobyevy Gory metro station.

Svetlana Tarasova and Elena Miroshnichenko are looking for a brother: Ivan Tarasov disappeared on June 27, 2009 in his native village in the Perm region; someone saw how he got into the car and left in some shorts and slates, without things and documents.

Videography from Voronezh: Ivan woke up in the forest in the Voronezh region, not even remembering his name, but thanks to the help of railwaymen and drivers, he got to a city where people did not remain indifferent to the fate of the lost person and called for an ambulance.

In the hospital Ivan remembered about himself almost everything, except what happened to him.

Ivan and the staff of the program thank everyone who helped him, especially Tatyana Evgenievna Surin, who informed him about television.

Meeting with the sisters in the studio.

Filming in the village of Kocherjyntsi, Cherkasy region.

Residents of the village welcome and thank the program staff for their work.

Arseny Trofimovich Popsuyu is looking for children of Major-General Afanasy Romanovich Kopichko.

Maria Alekseevna Pochinyuk is looking for a nephew: Sergei Anatolyevich Mikhaylenko, born 1961-1962, lived in Petropavlovsk, Kazakhstan.

Filming in the village of Solotvino, Ivano-Frankivsk region.

Stepan Dmitrievich Sanchak is looking for his brother: Vasily Dmitrievich Sanchak, born in 1955, left for the Amur Region in 1981, wrote home from the Khabarovsk Territory, the connection was interrupted in July 1992.

Natalia Zinovyevna Protsak is looking for her father: Zinovy ​​Ivanovich Ainichin left in 2001 to work in the village Snegiri, Istra district, Moscow region.

Sister is looking for a brother: Vasiliy Kulyak went to work in Poland in April 1986, he called home before July, then the connection was cut off.

History of the Chernyshevich family.

Families of three brothers - Adam, Michael and Julia - lived in Belarus, in the early 1930s were dekulakized and deported to the Urals.

Like many other people, the mother of Anna Efimovna Shekhovtsova (Anna Adamovna Chernyshevich) died on the way, the girl was then 4 years old.

She was adopted by a good family, who immediately afterwards moved to the Sverdlovsk region.

All her life Anna wanted to know who she was and from where.

Shooting in the village of Zgoda, Belarus: Yadviga Mikhailovna Chernyshevich shows the place where the farm was located, and tells what she remembers about the family and about the export of people to the Urals, she was then 5 years old.

Shooting in the village of Pobeda, Voronezh region: here live Peter Mikhailovich Chernyshevich and his son Eugene, cousin Anna Adamovna.

Meeting of families in the studio.

Locations: St. Petersburg [814] Voronezh region [775] Ukraine [229] Belarus [2]

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