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Rescuers are ready to fly out in search of the missing An-2 in Buryatia
An-26 and An-2 aircraft, a Mi-8 helicopter of the Irkutsk regional search and rescue base are involved in the search for the An-2 missing in Buryatia. Searches are on the territory of the Oka and Tunkinsky districts of Buryatia, as well as the Cheremkhovsky district of the Irkutsk region.
According to the press service of the regional GU EMERCOM, rescuers of the Siberian Aviation Rescue Center are ready to join the search. An Mi-8 helicopter with three rescuers is planning to leave Ulan-Ude. Also in readiness is a helicopter group of four people from the Buryat Republican Search and Rescue Service.
Mi-8 of the Krasnoyarsk integrated aviation rescue center of the Ministry of Emergencies of Russia is ready to depart from Irkutsk. Ten rescuers of the Baikal search and rescue squad of the Russian Emergencies Ministry, five rescuers of the Irkutsk regional search and rescue service are ready to fly.
An-2 of Phoenix Airlines took off from Kyren on the evening of July 19, there were six people on board, including four passengers - pilots of other aircraft... According to preliminary data, the flight was performed without approved application... Started pre-investigation check.