Ravil Maganov, the chairman of an oil company that criticized Russia's invasion of Ukraine, reportedly died on Thursday after falling from a hospital window.
Lukoil, Russia's second-largest oil producer confirmed Maganov's death, saying it came after "a serious illness."However, Russian media reported that he had been found dead by medical personnel after falling out a sixth-floor window of a Moscow hospital.
This follows a number of cases of prominent Russians dying after falls from windows.In December 2021, Yegor Prosvirnin—the founder of nationalist website Sputnik and Pogrom—died after falling out of a window of a residential building in the center of Moscow.
He allegedly threw a knife and gas canister out of the window before the fall, BBC News reported.Prosvirnin had supported Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014 but later began to predict a civil war and the collapse of the Russian Federation.