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UPDATED: 14:41, August 26, 2004
Russia investigates twin plane crashes
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Russia's Emergencies Ministry personnel search through the debris of a Tupolev Tu-134 plane for victims at the plane crash site near Tula, some 150 km (93 miles) from Moscow, August 25, 2004. Volga-Aviaexpress, a small regional carrier which owned the Tu-134, said the crew did not report any problems onboard before the plane collapsed with 43 passengers and crew late Tuesday evening. Two Russian passenger planes crashed almost simultaneously late on Tuesday, killing all 89 people on board. The planes took off from the same Moscow airport and disappeared from air traffic controllers' radar screens within minutes of each other late on Tuesday. (Reuters)

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Russian authorities carry the black box found amongst the wreckage of russian Tupolev Tu-134 plane near Tula, some 150 km (93 miles) from Moscow, August 25, 2004. Volga-Aviaexpress, a small regional carrier which owned the Tu-134, said the crew did not report any problems on board before the plane collapsed with 43 passengers and crew late Tuesday evening.(Reuters)

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Russia's Emergencies Ministry personnel search through the debris of a Tupolev Tu-134 plane for victims at the plane crash site near Tula, some 150 km (93 miles) from Moscow, August 25, 2004. (Reuters)

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Unidentified relatives of plane crash victims wait for the information at Domodedovo airport outside Moscow, August 25, 2004. Two Russian passenger planes crashed almost simultaneously late on Tuesday, killing all 89 people on board. The planes took off from the same Moscow airport and disappeared from air traffic controllers' radar screens within minutes of each other late on Tuesday. (Reuters)

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Russian Emergencies Ministry servicemen inspect the wreckage of a Russian Tupolev Tu-134 plane near Tula, some 150 kilometres from Moscow. All 44 people on the plane were killed, together with those on another plane which almost crashed at the same time. (Reuters)
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