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Debris littered at deadly Russian fighter plane crash site in Yeysk

At least four people were killed and at least 25 injured when a Russian military plane crashed into a home in the southern Russian city of Yeysk on Monday, October 17, officials said. Russia’s Emergencies Ministry said more than 410 people were involved in the rescue effort at the crash site at 21:15 on Monday night. Russian state news agencies TASS and Ria Novosti reported that a Su-34 fighter jet burst into flames and crashed into a house in Yeysk on the coast of Taganrog Bay in the Sea of ‚Äč‚ÄčAzov. Footage released by the Russian military’s Zvezda News shows broken metal shards at the scene as crews continued their rescue efforts. All casualties were reported by early Tuesday morning, Zvezda said. reported. Credit: Zvezda News via Storyful

Debris littered at deadly Russian fighter plane crash site in Yeysk

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