A Plane which belonged to a company that performed technical checks at Russian Airport and was forty two years old disappeared from radar screen on Wednesday crushed, TASS news agency reported.
The emergency services had a difficult time to get through the terrain to go and rescue the team and they took more than five hours to reach the destination.
The Russian Aviation Safety according to the source have improved in recent years but the aging planes crushing is a common thing.
The Ministry has reported that there were no survivors of the crush.
"Unfortunately as a result of the crush there were no survivors" The Ministry said in a statement.
"Six dead after 42-year-old plane crash" TV47 tweeted on their official verified Twitter account.
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