Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, February 11: An An-2 single-engine plane crashed on Friday in Russia’s Kamchatka Territory, leaving two people dead, regional Governor Vladimir Solodov said.
The plane crashed near the village of Koryaki, less than a mile from the runway. Russia-Ukraine Crisis Bolsters Chinese Plans of Invading Taiwan: Report.
“There were two crew members on board. According to preliminary information of the Emergencies Ministry, they died as a result of the crash and the erupted fire,” Solodov wrote on his Telegram channel.
The causes of the incident remain unknown.