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CAIRO, October 31. /TASS/. Bodies of at least 100 people recovered at crash site of Russian Airbus A321 in Egypt, Reuters reports.
63 men, 138 women and 17 children aged from 2 to 17 years were on board of the Russian aircraft that crashed in Egypt, Civil Aviation Ministry of Egypt said Saturday.
According to the reports, no survivors are yet found. Meanwhile, one of the black boxes have been found at Kolavia’s A321 plane crash site in Sinai.
Earlier Egypt’s Sharm el-Sheikh airport has handed documents on technical condition, pre-flight inspection, jet fuel volumes and number of passengers onboard the Russian plane.
According to the airport’s administration report, all passengers and crewmembers were Russian citizens.
According to preliminary reports, Kolavia’s A321 plane crashed 100km from Arish in North Sinai. Al Arabiya TV channel said citing Egyptian security services that the airliner was completely destroyed. There were 224 people onboard.