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VLADIVOSTOK, June 28 (Itar-Tass) - Three people have been injured as a result of an emergency landing of an An-2 plane in Khabarovsk Territory. One of them is in serious condition. A Mi-8 helicopter of the Vostok (east) air company has been sent out to pick up the incident victims, the press service of the Far Eastern regional center of the Russian Ministry for Emergencies reports.
The plane, which was on a conmercial flight from Khabarovsk to Samarga Settlement in Primorsky Territory, landed in a strip of forest near Nekrasovka Village, Khabarovsk District, the press service pointed out.
The stricken plane carried seven people -- two crewmembers and five passengers. It is so far unknown who of them got injured. Information on the circumstances of the incident is being clarified.