Tu-134 passenger plane crashes in Kyrgyzstan

28 December 2011 - 1:24pm

A plane crashed in Kyrgyzstan’s city of Osh with 73 passengers on board. The plane belonged to the Kyrgyzstan Air Company. It went off the runway while landing and turned over on one of its sides, a fire started. The Tu-134 was flying on the Bishkek-Osh route, RBC reports.

There were no victims, two people were injured. The fire was put out.

A commission was formed to investigate the incident. Weather conditions may have caused the accident.

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