Hope it's only my stupid imagination, because experts say that the force of hydrolic impact was so great that most of the victims died instantly.
UPDATE: Just found out that 2 people were rescued, they spent more than 15 hours in an air pockets, rescuer heard the sounds and could locate them.
Out of those people who were on duty at Sayano-Shushenskaya power station:
62 are missing, but now most probably dead.
Rest in peace.
That's how turbine hall used to look like.