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Odessa-Donetsk Crash Details Emerge

Wednesday, February 13, 2013
By George Hatcher
Odessa-Donetsk Crash Details Emerge

An RT Photo was released of the Odessa Donetsk wreckage. The fire was quickly brought under control. The photo below came from Twitter. Current numbers are four dead, two missing, 12 injured. Download article as PDF »

Plane Lands in Donetsk Fog and Fire, Four Fatalities

Wednesday, February 13, 2013
By George Hatcher
Plane Lands in Donetsk Fog and Fire, Four Fatalities

photographer Alexander Shulik On Feb 13, 2013, a South Airlines An-23 en route from Odessa to Donetsk landed short of the runway in heavy fog, flipped over and caught fire. There were thirty-nine survivors who managed to evacuate. Four people were confirmed dead. About a dozen people were injured. There were forty-five passengers and... »

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