Russian plane with at least 13 onboard goes missing over Siberia
A Russian passenger plane with at least 13 onboard has gone missing over Siberia, on Friday (today).
Still, the exact numbers of passengers are not clear as Interfax and TASS news agencies stated there were 13, whereas, the the RIA Novosti agency said there were 17.
Earlier on July 8, a plane crash in Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula was reported with a huge loss of life.
All 22 passengers and six crew on board the An-28 aircraft, including two children, died after the aircraft crashed into a rock over the Sea of Okhotsk in northwestern Kamchatka.
However, no specific reason has come forward regarding what triggered the accident.
Most of the dead bodies were fished out from the sea were shifted to the hospital.