Sixteen dead and seven injured is the tragic report from the crash of an L-410 plane near a city in the Tatarstan region of Russia today Sunday (10.10.2021), as reported by the RIA news agency, citing a source of the country’s emergency services.
The plane was carrying a group of paratroopers, the Ministry of Emergency Situations announced, according to the Russian news agency TASS.
The plane that crashed was a Let L-410 Turbolet, which is a twin-engine short-haul transport aircraft.
Russian avionics security norms have worked on as of late, yet mishaps, particularly with old planes in far-off regions, are normal.
An Antonov An-26 vehicle plane smashed in the Russian Far East last month, killing six individuals. The 28 tenants of a twin-motor Antonov An-26 were additionally killed when it slammed in Kamchatka in July.