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Death toll from Russian military plane crash rises to 14

Fourteen individuals, which includes a few small children, died in the incident of a Russian supersonic fighter-bomber on Monday in Yeisk, in southwestern Russia, according to the latest formal equilibrium unveiled on Tuesday.

Immediately after counting 13 victims, the rescuers “discovered one more dead person,” reported the governor of the Krasnodar region, Veniamin Kondratiev.

The accident occurred on Monday when a Sukhoi 34 crashed into a constructing housing 600 men and women. The investigators said that, in principle, the primary speculation to demonstrate this incident would be a “complex failure” of the machine.

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday available “his deepest condolences” to the households of the victims, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.

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