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MOSCOW, May 10 (Itar-Tass) — Fragments of the Russian Superjet have been found in Indonesia on a practically vertical slope of Mount Salak at a distance of 1.4 kilometres from the place where contact with the crew was lost, says a report from blogger Sergei Dolya, who participated in the Russian jet's "Greeting Asia" roadshow, and who is closely following the search operation in Indonesia.
"The distance between the last point where the jet's signal disappeared from radar screens and the spot where it was found is 1.4 km, or an eight-second flight. The fragments have been found on a practically vertical slope (of Mount Salak)," the blogger relates. According to him, no people have been found at the crash scene.