MOSCOW (Reuters) – Forty-one individuals on board a Russian Aeroflot traveler plane were killed on Sunday, including two kids, after the air ship burst into flames as it made an uneven crisis arriving at a Moscow air terminal, Russian examiners said.
Television film demonstrated the Sukhoi Superjet 100 accident bobbing along the landing area at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airplane terminal before the back piece of the plane all of a sudden burst into flames.
Many travelers on board SU 1492 at that point got away through the plane’s crisis slides that expanded after the hard landing.
The plane, which had been flying from Moscow toward the northern Russian city of Murmansk, had been conveying 73 travelers and five group individuals, Russia’s flying guard dog said.
Svetlana Petrenko, a representative for Russia’s Insightful Advisory group, said in an explanation that just 37 out of 78 individuals on board had endure, which means 41 individuals had lost their lives.
No official reason has been given for the disaster.
The Analytical Panel said it had opened an examination and was investigating whether the pilots had broken air security rules.
Some travelers accused terrible climate and lightning.
“We took off and afterward lightning struck the plane,” the Komsomolskaya Pravda every day refered to one enduring traveler, Pyotr Egorov, as saying.
“The plane turned back and there was a hard landing. We were so frightened, we nearly lost awareness. The plane hopped down the runway like a grasshopper and after that burst into flames on the ground.”
State Transmission cell phone film shot by another traveler in which individuals could be heard screaming.
President Vladimir Putin and Head administrator Dmitry Medvedev communicated their sympathies and requested specialists to build up what had happened.