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KRASNOYARSK, October 26 (Itar-Tass) - The West-Siberian Transport Investigation Department of Russia’s Investigation Committee (SK) has instituted criminal proceedings upon the An-2 plane crash in the Boguchany district, Krasnoyarsk Territory, SK sources report.
As a result of the crash two people died and other two people were injured, the sources said.
“At present, investigative actions are being conducted to find out all circumstances of the incident. The investigation team is working on the spot,” the sources said.
Four people were aboard the plane. Two of them died. The plane undershot the runway near the settlement.
The An-2 plane has been owned to a private person, who lived in the settlement of Boguchany, chief aide of the West-Siberian Transport Prosecutor’s Office Oksana Gorbunova told Itar-Tass.
According to preliminary information, the plane has not been registered, Gorbunova said.
She said the man was pilot-in-command and his relative was second pilot. “Both men have died. Two geologists have been aboard the plane. The plane undershot the runway in the settlement of Taezhnyi. Two passengers reached the settlement and informed about the incident. Their condition is satisfactory,” Gorbunova said.