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Work continues at Russia plane crash site

Tuesday, June 21, 2011 - 01:21

June 21 - Emergency workers continue their efforts by daylight at the plane crash site in northwest Russia where 44 were killed and eight injured. Nick Rowlands reports.

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Emergency work continues its disliked the plane crash in molten -- -- which killed at least 44 people that left eight survivors flatly it's. The Soviets TU 134 passenger jet slammed into the ground in court file while trying to land during fall on Monday evening. The plane hits a powerline scraped the treetops and crushed into remote weighs some 700 -- short to the airport runway. A column -- who's -- -- the fuselage that it's not clear how many people inside. The plane had a -- mine. And the emergency situations ministry said the 43 passengers included two ukrainians a -- adoption option. And for people with fuel -- US citizenship. Russian deputy prime minister Sergei Ivanov said pilots have it was the most likely course of the crash. He said it resembled the -- lost you in Russia in which polish president left -- -- -- him. The private company operating the flights which specializes in Charleston flights -- -- thought declined to comment on the accident. The aircraft's black boxes have been content. The women's. Voices.

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Work continues at Russia plane crash site

Tuesday, June 21, 2011 - 01:21