Saturday, 1 January 2011

Russian Plane Explosion At Take Off

The fire spread out of this plane to a radius of 100 meters.  

A Russian passenger jet, the Tu-154, crashed shortly after take off at the airport Siberia. Passenger aircraft are a hundred more aircraft exploded after engine fire issue. 

Luckily most of the passengers survived. The information quoted by news agency Associated Press, a result of the accident, only one passenger was killed and ten passengers were injured. 

A spokesman for Russia's Emergency Office, Vadim Grebennikov said the 128 passengers and crew successfully evacuated before the explosion occurred, Saturday, January 1, 2010. 

He said the fire that comes from the engine during take off, it causes a huge explosion and damage the aircraft Tu-154. The fire spread out of this plane to a radius of 100 meters. The plane owned by regional bureau aviation Kogalymayia Airlline grouse flew from Moscow with the goal. 

Tu-154 was first operated in the 1970s. But after a series of accidents and the tightening of aviation safety standards, the aircraft is not operated again with the last flight a year ago. 

These middle-class jets are the mainstay of small airlines in Russia and the Soviet period. This aircraft was also banned in Europe due to the effects of noise from the engine. 

As a result of the explosion, the aircraft was severely damaged. Until now there has been no further confirmation of how many passengers were injured. In the meantime, until now there is no clear information related to the possibility of increased casualties in the accident.

Source :: Vivanews

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