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Su-34 fighter crashed in Khabarovsk Territory

Su-34 fighter crashed in Khabarovsk Territory
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The Su-34 plane crashed during an exercise in the Khabarovsk Territory. The pilots managed to eject.

As the RIA News" with reference to the message from the Eastern Military District, there is no threat to their life and health. The crew members were evacuated to the home airfield. The fighter-bomber fell in a wooded and flat area, there was an explosion and fire. The plane burned to the ground. The training flight was carried out without ammunition.

According to preliminary data, a technical malfunction could have caused the emergency. On-site specialists clarify the circumstances.

Last year, two Su-34s collided over the Tatar Strait, near the village of Nelma, Sovetsko-Gavanskaya region. There, two Su-34s simultaneously disappeared from the radar. The incident occurred during a planned training flight over the waters of the Sea of ​​Japan, 35 km from the coast. The aircraft practiced maneuvering and flew without ammunition.

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