A plane carrying paratroopers crashed on June 19 in the Kemerovo region in southwest Siberia. The toll is currently four dead and 15 injured, four of them in critical condition.
On June 19, the crash of a twin-engine Let L-410 plane in southwest Siberia left several people dead and injured. A total of 19 people were on board the aircraft which made an emergency landing in the Kemerovo region. This plane belonged to a local branch of the paramilitary sports organization DOSAAF.
The plane was carrying 17 paratroopers and two crew members. He was the victim of an engine failure shortly after takeoff and collided with trees during the emergency landing attempt, according to the prosecution quoted by the Russian news agency RIA.
Governor Sergei Tsivilev said the accident left four people dead and 15 injured, four of them in critical condition.