The Daily Telegraph reported that Aeroflot steward Maxim Moiseyev assisted passengers in exiting via the emergency slides near the front of the aircraft when the fire in rear began. He refused to leave while passengers were still on board and eventually lost his life. The Daily Telegraph also reported that as of yesterday, more than 4,000 people had signed petitions calling on the Russian government to ground the Sukhoi 100 Superjets following eight other safety-related incidents. The Superjet 100 was certified in 2011. A Russian government spokesman said the aircraft would continue to fly. Mexico’s Interjet Airline stopped flying 15 of the Sukhoi 100s the company operates due to reported engine problems.