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MOSCOW, July 14. /TASS/. Five crewmembers of a Tu-95MS bomber that crashed in the Far East were delivered to the Khabarovsk aerodrome and their lives and health are not in danger, the Defense Ministry reported on Tuesday.
"Five members of the crew of the Tu-95MS plane that crashed in the Khabarovsk Territory have been delivered to the Khabarovsk aerodrome. The crew members who have been found have undergone initial medical examinations directly at the aerodrome and have been sent to a military hospital for a closer check. The lives and health of the five pilots are not in danger," the ministry said.
Work continues to search for the place of landing of two more crewmembers of the crashed bomber, the Defense Ministry said.