A light-engine plane crashed in Russia’s Komi Republic, killing three people, as reported on Monday, August 8, APA reports citing RBC.
The plane crash occurred in Russia’s Komi Republic, close to the airfield in the village of Dalny. The aircraft reportedly failed to reach the landing strip by 400 meters.
According to 112 news, the Cessna plane belonged to the aviation forest service. After the crash, the plane caught fire, and emergency services were rushed to the scene.
The Komi Republic is a federal subject of Russia located in Eastern Europe.