A plane with people crashed in Russia: Ukrainians were among the dead, the first photos from the crash site appeared

An-12 fell near a village in the Irkutsk region and caught fire.The network published the first photos from the crash site in Russia / photo t.me/lentachThe network published the first photos from the crash site in Russia / photo t.me/lentach

In Russia, in the Irkutsk region, near the village of Pivovarikha, a plane fell and caught fire An-12 .

According to the Telegram channel Mash , the liner disappeared from the radar at 19:45 local time, going into the second round.

“It crashed near the village of Pivovarikha and caught fire. The plane followed from Yakutsk to Irkutsk. Rescuers are already in place, they are putting out the fire,” the message says.

Updated. According to the Telegram channel ” Tape of the Day “, there were seven people on board the plane , all of them died. The network published the first photos from the crash site in Russia / photo t.me/lentachThe network published the first photos from the crash site in Russia / photo t.me/lentachThe network published the first photos from the crash site in Russia / photo t.me/lentachThe network published the first photos from the crash site in Russia / photo t.me/lentach

Prior to this, two of the eight people who were on the plane were reported dead.

In the crashed An-12 in the Irkutsk region were two Russians, two Ukrainians and three Belarusians. This was stated by the Belarusian Ministry of Transport. They added that the plane belonged to JSC “Grodno Airline”.

According to the Lentach Telegram channel , the Siberian Aviation Center confirmed information about the An-12 crash.

It is reported that the plane belongs to the Belarusian airline “Grodno”, it was performing a cargo flight. The crash could have been caused by a piloting error and a technical malfunction.

We will remind, in September in Russia a plane crashed with 16 passengers on board , four people were killed.

(C)UNIAN 2021

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