Summary: assistant to the head of state corporation Rosavtodor and former St. Petersburg, Russia vice governor Sergey Tarasov who had been hospitalized in critical condition for two weeks from a severe head injury received as a result of the Nevsky Express bombing that occurred on November 27, 2009 when a bomb exploded under a high speed train travelling between the Russian cities of Moscow and St. Petersburg causing derailment near the town of Bologoye in the Tver Oblast region on the Moscow-Saint Petersburg Railway killing 26 people at the scene and injured more than 90 others at the time of the crash, in which three suspects were arrested in connection with the explosion after initial reports blamed an electrical fault for the derailment during the investigation, but the Russian government confirmed that the accident was caused by an act of terrorism, making it the country's deadliest terrorist attack outside the North Caucasus region since the 2004 Russian aircraft bombings.
Cause of Death: Injuries sustained in a train bombing attack
Born: September 13, 1978
Died: December 12, 2009
Location: Moscow, Russia