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MOSCOW, April 7 (Itar-Tass) — The Russian Emergencies Ministry department for the Kaluga region has published the names of people who died in a single-engine plane crash three kilometers away from the Bolshoye Kudinovo settlement in the Maloyaroslavets district of the Kaluga region on Friday night.
The SM-2000 plane was making a private training flight. Three men and a woman died when it crashed.
No casualties or destruction were reported on the ground.
SM-2000 is a turbo-prop, 6-seat multi-purpose plane which is used both for transporting passengers, patrolling territories, protecting forests and training pilots.