71 reported dead as Russian passenger jet crashes near Moscow

71 reported dead as Russian passenger jet crashes near Moscow

71 reported dead as Russian passenger jet crashes near Moscow

A Russian jet carrying 71 people onboard crashed in Moscow region within minutes of taking off from Domodedovo global airport on Sunday.

The plane was carrying 65 passengers and six crew.

The flight path of the crashed Saratov Airlines flight. Domodedovo, also known as Moscow Airport, is owned by Russian billionaire Dmitry Kamenshchik. A source at Russia's EMERCOM told Interfax that there were no chances for anyone to survive the crash.

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The local emergency services are investigating the information about the crash of the Russian An-148 in Moscow region, the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations said Sunday.

It was later reported that it had crashed just outside Moscow.

Russian media reported that the emergency services were unable to reach the crash site by road and that rescue workers walked to the scene on foot.

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Witnesses in the village told local media they saw a burning plane falling from the sky. The wreckage of the plane is supposed to be spread over a wide area.

It was flying to Orsk, a city in the Urals.

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