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Rescuers of the Russian Emergencies Ministry flied from the Moscow region aerodrome Ramenskoye to Adler to take part in the search operation at the airplane A-320 crash site
Twenty-two rescuers, including seven divers, and an operational group of the Emergencies Ministry headed by director of the operational management department of the ministry Gennady Korotkin are aboard the airplane, the information department of the Emergencies Ministry told Itar-Tass. Rescuers will bring equipment and outfits allowing work in the inner space. An airplane A-320 was en route Yerevan-Sochi. During another attempt at the emergency landing the airplane disappeared from the radar screens and crashed in the sea at the depth of 300 meters five kilometers off the shore in front of the Adler airport. Rescuers found the bodies of 15 dead passengers, the airplane’s body and life vests. 113 people, including the crew, were aboard the airplane.
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