Two Ukrainians were on board of the plane that crashed in the Kazakh city of Almaty, according to the Kazakh interior ministry
According to law enforcement officials, there were five crew members and 93 passengers on board. As the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan stated,
Foreign citizens, including two Ukrainians, one Kyrgyzstani, and one Chinese citizen, were among the passengers of the plane that
There is no information about the condition of Ukrainians.
Immediately after takeoff, the passenger jet Fokker 100 lost its height, broke through a concrete fence and crashed into a two-story building. According to the Emergency Committee of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan, the accident occurred in the residential area. The causes of the crash are still unknown, and there was no explosion or fire
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