4 Killed in a Light Aircraft Crash in Central Russia

Killed 4 people in result of a light aircraft crash on Friday during a training flight in the region of central Russia Kaluga.

The spokesman for the headquarters of the rescue operation said: “The 4 people killed were a woman and 3 men,” in light plane crash Kaluga. A security source in the region said the plane crashed during a training flight.

The cause of the accident remains unknown and an investigation is under way.

The plane “SM 2000” is a Russian aircraft and has 6 seats which can traverse a distance of up to 1600 km. The basic price of these crafts without extensions is $620,000.


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