Plane crashes shortly after takeoff from Moscow's Domodedovo Airport, 71 feared dead


Those on board included 65 passengers and six crew members, the Russian news agency Interfax said.

There were no other details immediately available.

A plane operated by Saratov Airlines with 71 people aboard disappeared from radar screens shortly after a take-off from a Moscow airport.

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A Russian plane has crashed after taking off from Moscow, according to Russian media.

"The airplane reportedly crashed outside Argunovo village in the Moscow region". A source at Russia's EMERCOM told Interfax that there were no chances for anyone to survive the crash.

Russia's Emergencies Ministry has said it is urgently sending crews to the reported crash site.

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"First it was used by Rossiya Airlines where it carried out worldwide flights among others and later it was given to Saratov Airlines", he said.

The wreckage of the plane was spread over a wide area around the crash site.

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