U.S. President Donald Trump offered his condolences to Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday for the plane crash outside Moscow that killed 71 people, the Kremlin and White House said. All 65 passengers on board died, along with its six crew members.
The ill-fated flight was headed to the Russian city of Orsk and crashed just minutes after takeoff.
Saratov Airlines employees and the Domodedovo Airport workers who prepared the plane for flight have been questioned, Petrenko said.
Russia's Emergencies Ministry confirmed the crash of the An-148 plane shortly after it took off from Moscow's Domodedovo airport.
He said that the emergency teams already have found the plane's flight data recorder, which is crucial for determining the crash's cause.
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Russia's Investigative Committee said it would consider explanations including human error, technical failure and weather conditions, as the country had experienced record snowfall in recent weeks.
Russian authorities said it was too early to determine the cause of the crash.
Other reports say one of the planes engines may have exploded while in the air.
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Flowers are placed at an eternal flame and list of the dead in memorial after the Saratov Airlines crash.
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"[The] explosion occurred after the aircraft had come down", it adds.
Rouhani also wished health and success for President Putin and glory for the Russian people and government. The choir was due to perform to Russian troops operating in Syria.
Recovery teams were facing hard weather conditions, including snow and strong wind, at the site located some 40 kilometers (25 miles) from Moscow's Domodedovo airport.
The last large airline crash in Russia occurred on December 25, 2016, when a Tu-154 operated by the Russian Defense Ministry on its way to Syria crashed into the Black Sea minutes after takeoff from Sochi.
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