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Wednesday, April 3, 2009
The New York Times has an interesting article on the fatal 2008 crash of a Russian plane, which made one of the worst airline disasters in history. It is being hailed as a “miracle” that so few people died in the crash of ATR-42, an ATR-42 plane crashed into the ocean during a flight from a remote village in the Russian Far East to Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport. The plane was supposed to take off with 110 passengers aboard but the engines caught fire shortly after takeoff and the plane skidded off the runway. Of the 54 people on board, all were killed. The plane plunged into the sea at about 6:00 p.m. local time, but the captain’s voice could be heard for a few minutes before the radio went dead. The survivor was a ground staff member who was sitting in the first row of the rear section of the plane. Only one person was seriously injured in the crash, and he could be treated on the spot.The New York Times article says that the plane was operated by Metrojet, a Russian airline with its headquarters in Moscow. According to the Times the plane took off from Domodedovo at 9:05 a.m. local time and landed at Omsk at 7:52 p.m. local time. Metrojet has issued a statement to the press saying that the flight is not linked to terrorism. On April 1, the airliner crashed in the southern part of the Chayabinsk region after it overshot the runway, lost control, hit a roadside antenna and flew into a house on the ground. The plane was bound for Omsk, in Siberia, and the pilot told rescuers that the engines caught