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MOSCOW, September 20 (Itar-Tass) —— The pilots’ mistake caused the crash landing of a Tupolev Tu-154 jetliner of Dagestani Airlines at the Moscow Domodedovo Airport in December 2010, the Interstate Aviation Committee said on Tuesday.
The Tu-154M RA-85744 accident resulted from the erroneous actions of the crew in the flight and landing with one active engine. As a result, the plane rolled beyond the runway and hit a mound, the Committee said.
The jetliner carrying over 160 people from Vnukovo to Makhachkala had an engine failure on December 4. It made an emergency landing in Domodedovo, rolled beyond the runway and broke into three pieces. Two passengers died, and 82 were injured.