Plane crashes at Moscow airport, only crew aboard

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February 13, 2007 16:23

 
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An Airbus A-310 jet carrying three crew members but no passengers crashed at Moscow's Vnukovo airport on Tuesday, emergency and airport officials said. The fate of the crew was unknown. The plane crashed upon takeoff on a flight from Moscow to Berlin, an Emergency Situations Ministry spokeswoman said. An airport official said there were three crew members aboard.

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