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SIMFEROPOL, November 4. /TASS/. Four bodies have been recovered near the town of Koktebel in Crimea where a Cessna private jet crashed, the Russian Emergencies Ministry’s regional department told TASS on Wednesday.
"Four people were killed in the crash and all the bodies have been recovered," said Vladimir Ivanov, the spokesman for Crimea’s emergencies department, which confirmed that an Orthodox priest was among the victims.
At the same time, Crimea’s police press service said that the Cessna came down on Wednesday evening near the village of Otvazhnoye in the Kirov district
A team of Crimea’s police investigators has arrived at the scene to look into the accident.