41 DEAD in Russia’s Sheremetyevo Plane Emergency Landing Crash – Terrifying Photos and Videos

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41 people were killed and several others were injured when a Russian passenger plane crash in Moscow’s Sheremetyevo.

See the most recent details on Nexter.org.

The plane had 73 passengers and five crew members. 41 of them didn’t survive the jet crash that took place on a Sunday evening local time. 

 

“There are 37 survivors – 33 passengers and four members of the crew,” said Yelena Markovskaya, an official that investigates the crash of the plane. The evacuation took 55 seconds. 

Source: Twitter

 

The aircraft, a Sukhoi Superjet-100, left the airport at 18:02 local time (15:02 GMT) and was on its way to Murmansk. After the emergency landing was performed at the airport, the jet’s engines caught fire.

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The survivor of the plane crash  Petr Egorov stated to the local newspaper that the jet “had just taken off and the aircraft was hit by lightning. The landing was rough – I almost passed out from fear.”

 

Murmansk’s Acting Governor Andrey Chibis said that the families of victims to receive 1M rubles ($15,300), while the ones treated in hospital will be given 500,000 rubles ($7,650).

 

Many of the survivors thanked the crew member for assisting the emergency escape from the plane. “Only thanks to the flight attendants, I survived,” Dmitry Khlebushkin told reporters.

 

The terrifying video inside the plane in Russia’s Sheremetyevo.

 

Russian President Vladimir Putin was brief and expressed condolences to the families of victims.


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41 DEAD in Russia's Sheremetyevo Plane Emergency Landing Crash - Terrifying Photos and Videos
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