Saratov Airlines An-148 crashes outside Moscow

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A Russian AN-148 passenger jet had crashed shortly after taking off from the Domodedovo airport in Moscow.

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The Emergencies Ministry said it had sent crews to the crash site, in Stepanovskoye.

A light aircraft crashed in November in Russia's far east, killing six people on board.

The plane was bound for the Russian city of Orsk in the Orenburg region that borders Kazakhstan. One of the flight recorders was recovered, Russian news reports said, but it was not immediately clear if it was the data or voice recorder.

Local media website Ural56.ru in the Orenburg region showed footage of distressed relatives at Orsk airport, where the plane was due to land.

Witnesses said the plane erupted into flames as it fell from the sky at close to 3,000 feet per minute, the Guardian reported.

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"The president offers his profound condolences to those who lost their relatives in the crash".

The Antonov-148 of Saratov Airlines with 65 passengers and a crew of six was en route from Domodedovo Airport in Moscow to Orsk of the Orenburg Region in western Russian Federation.

A source told news agency TASS: 'Debris has been found, there are no survivors'. Emergency services said in a statement that more than 150 rescue workers had been deployed.

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The plane reportedly belonged to Saratov Airlines, a Russian commercial carrier.

Transport Minister Maxim Sokolov said Sunday afternoon that "judging by everything, no one has survived this crash". "This could have been caused by anything, including human error or weather conditions". According to media reports from Russian Federation, everyone on the plane died.

Russia's Investigative Committee has opened an investigation into the crash - there is no suggestion that it is a terror-related incident.

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